Edited by Mark N.K. Saunders and Paul Tosey
Chapter 22: Mixed methods in HRD research: theory and practice from a study of Hong Kong SMEs
Mixed methods design can contribute great value to academic research. The purpose of this chapter is to share with readers an empirical HRD study which used both quantitative and qualitative methods as part of the research design. It discusses how the research was designed and implemented, why mixed methods suited the study and what critical insights emerged from the research.
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