10th August 2009 at 7:45 am #5742
If you are a mixed methods researcher from the Asia Pacific region I would like to here from you and gauge your interest in joining the Network.
Ros11th August 2009 at 11:18 am #5761Gavin MellesMember
Gavin Melles19th August 2009 at 6:40 pm #5760Dr. Divya SharmaParticipant
yes i m19th August 2009 at 11:32 pm #5759
Thank you for replying to the Asian Pacific Mixed Methods Network. I am currentlky negotiating to establish a webpage for the proposed Network and will inform you when this has been completed.
Where do you research? What discipline field do you research in?
Ros Cameron20th August 2009 at 4:12 pm #5758TamkeenMember
Hi Dr Roslyn,
Surely i am from Asia Pacific and i would love to be a part of this network.
Tamkeen30th August 2009 at 2:25 pm #5757Muhammad IqbalMember
I’m from Mataram, NTB, Indonesia, and now I’m starting my first year of Doctoral Program at Postgraduate Program Jakarta State University (UNJ).
I work as a lecturer at Mataram Teaching and Learning Institute on Statistic and Research Methodology.
And I want to hear more from you about this network.
Muhammad Iqbal31st August 2009 at 7:07 pm #5756
Thank you for replying to the Asian Pacific Mixed Methods Network. I am currently negotiating to establish a webpage for the proposed Network and will inform you when this has been completed.
What is the topic for your doctoral research? What discipline field do you research in? Are you planning to use mixed methods?
You may also be interested in the journal I am editor for:
International Journal of MIxed Methods in Applied Business & Policy Research
It is listed under Resources- Journals
Ros Cameron1st September 2009 at 12:11 pm #5755Muhammad IqbalMember
Dear Dr. Ros
There are several issues that cross in my mind to be the topic of my doctoral research. The first of all is about the effectiveness of teacher education in NTB Indonesia. You may have heard that teacher profession recently becomes very popular among the people of Indonesia because its financial advantages and financial safety in the future. This makes any college and institute preparing teacher becomes the most wanted education by senior high school graduates. But, especially in NTB, my province, the index of its human resources development is still very poor. Thus, I’m interested to learn more about how effective the teacher education program. An evaluation study will be much more valuable if it is not only used one approach.
At Mataram (it’s the capital of NTB), I work as a research consultant and data analyst offering consultancy (methodological help) to university students working for their thesis. The students who came to me are quite a lot, and this means that they don’t obtain adequate assistance from their formal counsellors, especially in research methodology and data analysis, both qualitative and quantitative. The students came from various background of knowledge, such as nursery, midwifery, economic, and education.
Muhammad Iqbal14th September 2009 at 7:44 am #5754Hasniza NordinMember
Hi. I’m Hasniza from malaysia. I’m still new in mixed methods research but i have strong interest in learning and using this method. Hope to hear from you.15th September 2009 at 5:35 am #5753Pat BazeleyParticipant
I think the problem of inadequate methodological help and advice for thesis students must be almost universal! This is creates a very large proportion of my consulting work as well, in Australia, so it’s not just a problem in developing nations.
Pat16th September 2009 at 1:21 am #5752Mizanur Rashid ShuvraMember
Ho Dr Roslyn,
I am not a researcher of mixed methods, but I have taught mixed methods research in the MPH course in Bangladesh. I am ever interested in this so please count me in. Also, let me know how I can contribute on a regular but minimum basis.
Mizanur Rashid Shuvra, MPH, MBBS
Visiting Instructor & DrPH candidate
Department of Global Health
George Washington University
2175 K Street Suite 200, NW
Washington DC -2037
Phone: (o)202-994-1899 (c) 202-330-1977
official email: email@example.com October 2009 at 6:03 am #5751Sudhamshu DahalMember
Hello Dr. Roslyn Cameron,
I am from Nepal and would like to be in your network.
sudhamshu dahal7th October 2009 at 8:15 am #5750Hasniza NordinMember
Hello, i’m still at the early stage of learning mixed methods. hope to apply this method in my study. So lucky to have people like you that have been taught mixed methods before. hope we can learn from each other.7th October 2009 at 10:23 am #5749Mojtaba VaismoradiMember
Hello Dr, Cameron
I am a PhD Candidate of nursing from Persia and I am interested in joining the forum.
I hope that I would be useful for the group.
I have studied on the mixed method design as a coursework during my PhD, and surley I will be happy to share the gathered data with my friends.
From Persia.7th October 2009 at 11:55 am #5748Deepak Jones teddyParticipant
I am Deepak from India. I am not a researcher, but I am interested in Qualitative research, like to get new knowledge, travel and try new roads that are shown by experts.
Deepak Jones Teddy
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