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Addressing research design problem in mixed methods research

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Problem projektowania badań naukowych w metodach mieszanych
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Alongside other disciplines in social sciences, management researchers use mixed methods research more and more in conduct of their scientific investigations. Mixed methods approach can also be used in the field of production engineering. In comparison with traditional quantitative and qualitative research methods, reasons behind increasing popularity of mixed research method in management science can be traced in different factors. First of all, any particular discipline in management can be theoretically related to it. Second is that concurrent approach of mixed research method to inductive and deductive research logic provides researchers with opportunity to generate theory and test hypothesis in one study simultaneously. In addition, it provides a better justification for chosen method of investigation and higher validity for obtained answers to research questions. Despite increasing popularity of mixed research methods among management scholars, there is still need for a comprehensive approach to research design typology and process in mixed research method from the perspective of management science. The authors in this paper try to explain fundamental principles of mixed research method, its typology and different steps in its design process.
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Obok innych dyscyplin w naukach społecznych, również w dyscyplinie nauk o zarządzaniu naukowcy coraz częściej korzystają z metod mieszanych w prowadzeniu swoich badań naukowych. Metody mieszane mogę również znaleźć zastosowanie w badaniach z zakresu inżynierii produkcji. W porównaniu z tradycyjnymi ilościowymi i jakościowymi metodami badawczymi, przyczyn zwiększającej się popularności mieszanych metod badawczych w naukach o zarządzaniu jest wiele. Po pierwsze każdy obszar w zarządzaniu może być teoretycznie związany z nimi. Po drugie w mieszanych metodach badawczych jednoczesne podejście indukcyjne i dedukcyjne umożliwia naukowcom generowanie teorii oraz testowanie hipotez w jednym badaniu jednocześnie. Ponadto zapewnia lepsze uzasadnienie wyboru metody badawczej i wyższą wiarygodność uzyskanych odpowiedzi na pytania badawcze. Pomimo coraz większej popularności mieszanych metod badawczych, nadal istnieje potrzeba kompleksowego podejścia do projektowania procesu badawczego z punktu widzenia nauk o zarządzaniu. W niniejszym artykule autorzy starają się wyjaśnić podstawowe zasady leżące u podstaw metod mieszanych, ich typologii i różnych etapów w procesie ich projektowania.
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Tom
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62--66
Opis fizyczny
Bibliogr. 40 poz., rys.
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  • Tallinn University of Technology, Akadeemia Tee 3, Tallinn 12618, ESTONIA, hamed.alavi@ttu.ee
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  • Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management, Institute of Production Engineering, ul. Roosevelta 26, 41-800 Zabrze, POLAND, Patrycja.Habek@polsl.pl
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Opracowanie ze środków MNiSW w ramach umowy 812/P-DUN/2016 na działalność upowszechniającą naukę.
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