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date: 20 June 2019

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Because of the complexity of mixed analysis, several authors recently have written methodological works that provide either an introductory- or intermediate-level guide to conducting such analyses. Although all of these works have been useful for beginning and emergent mixed researchers, what is lacking are works that describe and illustrate advanced mixed analysis approaches. Thus, in this chapter, we provide a compendium of advanced mixed analysis approaches. In particular, we outline three advanced quantitative-dominant crossover mixed analyses, three advanced qualitative-dominant crossover mixed analyses, and one advanced equal-status crossover mixed analysis. Most of these advanced crossover mixed analyses previously have not been described as a mixed analysis technique in any published work, illustrating the significance and innovation of our chapter.

Keywords: mixed methods analysis, mixed analysis, crossover mixed analysis, quantitative- dominant crossover mixed analysis, qualitative-dominant crossover mixed analysis, equal-status crossover mixed analysis

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