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    i have no idea how to structure question 4… could somebody tell me if they think this would work? INTRO - p1 = advantages of his study + mixed methods. p2 = disadvantages of it + mixed methods. p3 = how it could have been improved. - CONCLUSION. and il be tackling the main issues such as ethics/sampling/generalisability/reliability/vailidty/representativeness etc.
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    i have no idea how to structure question 4… could somebody tell me if they think this would work? INTRO - p1 = advantages of his study + mixed methods. p2 = disadvantages of it + mixed methods. p3 = how it could have been improved. - CONCLUSION. and il be tackling the main issues such as ethics/sampling/generalisability/reliability/vailidty/representativeness etc.
    would you have to evaluate mixed methods or questionnaires and interviews too?
 
 
 
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