Sharlene Hesse-Biber and Amy J. Griffin (JMMR)
This interesting article explores a range of mixed methods research projects that employ Internet-mediated technologies (IMT) for data collection. Using a case study approach it uncovers a process by which IMT are used as a data collection medium in mixed methods praxis. Advantages, drawbacks, as well as ethical issues are highlighted and the implications and directions for future research using IMT are also discussed.
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