Reframing Integration for Mixed Methods Research

Timothy Lynam, Rita Damayanti, Christiana Rialine Titaley, Nugroho Suharno, Mark Bradley, Alison Krentel

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Abstract

We suggest and illustrate from our experiences of integration in a public health context in Indonesia, a reframing of integration for mixed methods research that focuses on context, outcomes, objects, and integrative mechanisms. Through describing the tools and conceptualizations that helped us integrate, we argue for expanding the scope of integration to include social process methods (which we describe) and for rethinking the desired outcomes of integration. The article contributes to the field of mixed methods research by proposing: (a) a new framing of integration that supports greater precision as well as an expanded scope over what and how integration could be implemented, (b) a set of theoretical and conceptual models to support integration, and (c) a new and fully integrated data collection instrument.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Mixed Methods Research
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 1 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • cognitive integration
  • integration
  • integrative mechanisms
  • mass drug administration
  • social outcomes
  • social representations

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    Lynam, T., Damayanti, R., Rialine Titaley, C., Suharno, N., Bradley, M., & Krentel, A. (Accepted/In press). Reframing Integration for Mixed Methods Research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/1558689819879352