Shannon-Baker authors article on mixed-methods research
Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D.
Peggy Shannon-Baker, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading, authored an article with Cherie Edwards, Ph.D. that was recently published in the American Behavioral Scientist, a peer-reviewed journal that provides in-depth perspectives on intriguing contemporary topics thoughts the social and behavioral sciences. The article, titled “The Affordances and Challenges in Incorporating Visual Methods in Mixed Methods Research,” discusses the affordances and challenges to using visual research methods such as portraiture, symbolic drawing and photo-elicitation, to communicate experiences that are difficult to verbalize.
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