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Although there has been much optimistic discussion of integrating quantitative and qualitative findings into sociological analysis, there remains a gap regarding the application of mixed approaches. We examine the potential gains and pitfalls of such integration in the context of the growing analytic power of contemporary qualitative data analysis software (QDAS) programs. We illustrate the issues with our own research in a mixed-methods project examining low fertility in Italy, a project thatdoi:10.1177/0081175012461233 pmid:23543938 pmcid:PMC3610334 fatcat:t4x7kmy3pbgkdmm5belmr3a3xu