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Webinar: How to Collaborate Across Paradigms – Embedding Culture in Mixed Methods Designs

March 15, 2024 579

“How to Collaborate Across Paradigms: Embedding Culture in Mixed Methods Designs” is another piece of Sage’s webinar series, How to Do Research and Get Published. In today’s time, designing and conducting studies that employ more than one approach often requires more than one researcher. Because of this, it is increasingly important that research professionals are ready and able to collaborate in a cross-cultural research team. Sage’s own Janet Salmons and Sean Scarisbrick will host this seminar, alongside Cheryl Poth, Elizabeth Creamer, and Elsa Lucia Escalante-Barrios. Together, these professionals will help equip webinar attendees with these necessary skills and explore how culture influences mixed method designs. Registration for this event can be found here.

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