Mixed Research Method

  • José Luis Corona Lisboa
  • José Fermín Maldonado Julio Professor
Keywords: Mixed research method, research approach, scientific knowledge, science


Research is a methodological process in which a researcher's interest is investigated and investigated exhaustively, whether under the qualitative, quantitative or socio-critical approach, with aims aimed at solving said problem in the field scientific, humanistic and technological. The objective of this document was to analyze the Mixed Method of Research (MMI), from its conceptualization, procedure and importance of its applicability in the investigative work. The methodology used to approach this essay was exhaustive documentary research, which consisted in reviewing bibliographic material on the object of study to perform an analysis of the selected contents. It is concluded that this method allows the synergy between different styles of thought for the obtaining and validation of scientific knowledge, favoring the methodological hybridization of the study problem, without letting escape the minimum detail of it, to establish objective conclusions of objective and subjective.


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Author Biographies

José Luis Corona Lisboa

Department of Education Sciences, Nathional Experimental University Francisco de Miranda, Mene de Mauroa, Venezuela.

José Fermín Maldonado Julio, Professor

Francisco José de Caldas Educational Institute.Tibú, Colombia


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How to Cite
Lisboa, J. L., & Julio, J. F. (2019). Mixed Research Method. GPH-International Journal of Educational Research, 2(02), 01-07. Retrieved from http://gphjournal.org/index.php/er/article/view/171