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Transformative mixed methods in research with deaf people

The authors explain how they used “transformative mixed methods” in research with deaf people and discuss cultural challenges.
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Deaf people rarely have opportunity to make decisions about research that will affect their lives. Additionally, deaf people also are excluded from making decisions in humanitarian aid or international development. In this article, researchers explain how they used “transformative mixed methods” in research with deaf people. Furthermore, they explain how these methods engaged Deaf community members to support human rights. They also discuss cultural challenges.

Authors Amy T. Wilson and Rowena E. Winiarczyk published this article in the July 2014 issue of Journal of Mixed Methods Research on pages 266-277. At the link above, you can try to ask the authors to send you a copy of the article on transformative mixed methods in research. Alternatively, you can ask your preferred library if they subscribe to the publication. Or you can buy a copy of the article.

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