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    In a 2 page paper, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of interpreting mixed methods data, and give examples of the possibility of bias affecting the results in this process.

    Use at least one scholarly or peer-reviewed source to support your personal observations or opinions. Your essay should strictly follow APA formatting, citation, and style guidelines.

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    In a 2 page paper, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of interpreting mixed methods data, and give examples of the possibility of bias affecting the results in this process.

    The use of mixed-methodology research has many advantages including the ability to analyze research through qualitative observations that provide the researcher with subtle details that outline the problem while utilizing a quantitative tool such as surveys, which are ...

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