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Journal Issue
Volume 14 Issue 1 / Sep 2016  pp1‑70

Editor: Ann Brown

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Editorial  pp1‑2

Ann Brown

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From Conference Paper to Journal Article: The long and Winding Road  pp3‑7

Les Worrall

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Matrix‑Collage: An Innovative Methodology for Qualitative Inquiry in Social Systems  pp8‑27

Ehsan Soltanifar, Manochehr Ansari

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Appropriate Conceptualisation: The Foundation of Any Solid Quantitative Research  pp28‑38

David Onen

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Using Phenomenological Constructivism (PC) to Discuss a Mixed Method Approach in Information Systems Research  pp39‑49

Fenio Annansingh, Kerry Howell

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Abstract

Abstract: This paper used phenomenological constructivism to demonstrate and evaluate a mixed method approach for conducting information systems research. It evaluated the implementation and implications of mixed methods approach as an exploratory and in ductive research method. A case study which made use of in‑ depth interviews was used to provide the dominant qualitative (QUAL) method. Following this, a questionnaire survey was used to provide the results for the less dominant method which is the q uantitative (QUAN) data. The mixed method approach was adopted to enhance the completeness and accuracy of the interpretation of the study. It provided a number of recommendations for the use of mixed methods approach for IS projects. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: Case study, Information systems, Mixed methods, Phenomenological constructivism

 

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A Reflection on Intercept Survey Use in Thailand: Some Cultural Considerations for Transnational Studies  pp60‑70

Chanchai Phonthanukitithaworn, Carmine Sellitto

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