I am pleased to report that a new textbook I have written, An Introduction to Fully Integrated Mixed Methods Research, is available for purchase from SAGE publishers and Amazon. The centering of ways to integrate qualitative and quantitative data through all phases of a research project is reflected by the title for the book and the framework of this practical textbook intended for use in an introductory graduate level mixed methods research course. Its primary purpose of the text is to provide novice researchers and those new to mixed methods the tools to design, execute, and evaluate a mixed methods research study.
A sneak peak primer to some key points made in the book is available through this article: A Primer about Mixed Methods Research in Educational Contexts.
An Intro to Fully Integrated Mixed Method Research includes 9 exemplars from diverse fields in education, human development, and health. The selection of exemplars was made with the intent of sending the message that you do not have to be an expert in MMR to produce an exemplary publication. It requires a working knowledge of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research design and procedures, as well as the conventions of academic writing. Exemplars include publications produced from dissertations.