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The merits of triangulation: the evaluation of New Zealand school leadership development programs using mixed-methods research

The merits of triangulation: the evaluation of New Zealand school leadership development programs using mixed-methods research

Youngs, Howard, author; Piggot, Eileen, author

Triangulation is a commonly used term often associated with enhancing the validity of findings from your research study. In this case, The authors identify both the merits and challenges of drawing on multiple forms of triangulation, particularly when a mixed-methods design is a suitable methodology

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Published London: SAGE, 2014

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Statement of responsibility: Howard Youngs & Eileen Piggot
ISBN: 1473949084, 9781473949089
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Note: Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on November 18, 2015).
Physical Description: 1 online resource : illustration (black and white).
Series: SAGE research methods. Cases
Subject: Mixed methods research Case studies.; Educational leadership New Zealand Evaluation Case studies.
Series Title: SAGE research methods. Cases.