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Since the 1980s when mixed methods emerged as "the third research methodology", it was widely adopted in Western countries. However, inadequate literature revealed how this methodology was accepted by scholars in Asian countries, such as China. Therefore, this paper used a quantitative survey to investigate Chinese scholars' perceptions and adoption of mixed methods in China.The data of the study were obtained from 247 Chinese scholars in higher education. Structural equation modelling was useddoi:10.5539/ies.v11n2p27 fatcat:buzbrytxtvem7bfccflluvdl4q