clear directions explaining mixed methods
More concise than say Creswell & Plano Clark or Tashakkori & Teddlie, therefore more accessible for students. Clear and succinct discussion of the theoretical and practical issues associated with mixed methods research, with examples of published research. Draws on Creswell and Plano Clark 2011, even though a new and significantly updated edition came out in 2017 - were other contemporary references missed as well?
Everything they need to know
very thought provoking and useful guide to mixing methods which emphasises that there may well be more than one approach to a research problem.
An extremely useful text, providing clarity and guidance to students planning research proposals.
This is a very good resource for students and teaching