Human resource development

This chapter presents a real-life example of a mixed methods study in human resource development. It explores the research methodology and the rationale for using mixed methods in human resource development. It outlines the research purpose, research questions, and participant recruitment procedures. The chapter then discusses the procedures for collecting quantitative data, including instrument development, reliability and validity, and the procedures for collecting qualitative data. It also covers the quantitative and qualitative data analysis procedures. In the end, it discusses the integration of the two data sets and concludes with a summary of the chapter. In short, the chapter can serve as a blueprint for mixed methods projects in HRD, offering practical guidance for social science researchers.

Author(s) Details:

Asif Ali Rahman,
University Canada West, Canada.

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