Announcement! Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA)

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    John W. Creswell

    Dear Colleagues, Students, Practitioners, Policymakers, and others,


    We have some exciting news to share with you!  A new professional association – the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) – is now enrolling members to form a world-wide research community. 


    Dues have been modestly set at $50/year for a regular membership, $20 per year for students/emeritus/retired members, $5.00/year for students/professors/citizens in developing nations, and an institutional membership for $100/year. 


    For these dues, you will receive:


    • A special e-access subscription to the Journal of Mixed Methods Research;
    • A 10% discounted rate for participation in the Annual MMIRA Conference that will be sponsored by the Association and hosted by one of several institutions around the world; the first conference will be at Boston College, June 27-29, 2014;
    • Access to the new MMIRA Website ( that will include research-rich pedagogical materials, dialogue among mixed methods scholars and students, and resources and news about the latest mixed methods initiatives, advances, and conferences;
    • Leadership and mentoring opportunities in the MMIRA organization;

    The MMIRA will provide a place where individuals from across the world can connect, interact, and discuss mixed methods related research and practice issues.


    To join the MMIRA, go to the and complete the registration form.  


    Please share this announcement with others that might be interested!




    Pat Bazeley, Research Support/UNSW, Australia

    Alan Bryman, University of Leicester

    Helen Chin, University of Leeds, England

    Cesar A. Cisneros, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa, Mexico

    Thomas Christ, University of Bridgeport, USA

    Kathy Collins, University of Arkansas, USA

    John W. Creswell, University of Nebraska, USA

    Uwe Flick, Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin, University of Applied Sciences, Germany

    Dawn Freshwater, University of Leeds, England

    Nancy Gerber, Drexel University, USA

    Jennifer Greene, University of Illinois, USA

    Sharlene Hesse-Biber, Boston College, USA

    Janet Hirst, University of Leeds, England

    Nataliya Ivankova, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

    Burke Johnson, University of South Alabama, USA

    Hisako Kakai, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

    Udo Kelle, Helmut Schmidt Universitaet, Germany

    Beth Larson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

    Donna Mertens, Gallaudet University, USA

    Janice Morse, University of Utah, USA

    Katrin Niglas, Tallinn University, Estonia

    Alicia O’Cathain, University of Sheffield, England

    Tony Onwuegbuzie, Sam Houston State University, USA

    Cheryl Poth, University of Alberta, Canada

    Abbas Tashakkori, University of North Texas, USA

    Charles Teddlie, Louisiana State University, emeritus

    Kim Usher, James Cook University, Australia

    Caryn West, James Cook University, Australia

    Jennifer Wisdom, George Washington University, USA


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