Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting Mixed Research in the Field of Counseling and Beyond [Book Chapter]
About this book: Evaluation is an essential characteristic of the human condition, and perhaps the single most important and sophisticated cognitive process in the repertoire of human reasoning and logic. Evaluation serves society by providing affirmations of worth, value and improvement to name just a few, and is a process which permeates all areas of human activity, scholarship and production. This work is split into four volumes: Volume One: Contains articles featuring contemporary issues and emerging trends in evaluation Volume Two: Contains articles highlighting recent theoretical, methodological, and empirical developments in quantitative evaluation designs Volume Three: Contains a summation of articles on recent developments in qualitative and mixed methods evaluation practice Volume Four: Contains a synthesis of articles on enduring issues of evaluation training and practice
Leech, Nancy L. and Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J., "Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting Mixed Research in the Field of Counseling and Beyond [Book Chapter]" (2015). RSEM Faculty Bookshelf. 23.