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Mixed Method Research: Instruments, Validity, Reliability and Reporting Findings
Theory and Practice in Language Studies
The mixed method approaches have recently risen to prominence. The reason that more researchers are opting for these types of research is that both qualitative and quantitative data are simultaneously collected, analyzed and interpreted. In this article the main research instruments (questionnaire, interview and classroom observation) usually used in the mixed method designs are presented and elaborated on. It is believed that using different types of procedures for collecting data anddoi:10.4304/tpls.3.2.254-262 fatcat:3i2nurksc5fpja6xs6qhncklsu