John W. Creswell's research while affiliated with East Los Angeles College and other places

Citations

... The mixed-method technique is used for data collection, ****which includes both structured surveys, i.e., a 5-point Likert scale, and semi-structured interviews in Hindi and English in natural surroundings allowing the respondents a comfortable space for meaningful responses. The reason for using the mixed-method techniques is that it allows the researchers to develop in-depth insights on the topic (Creswell and Clark 2017). Structured surveys were taken because quantitative surveys assist in determining the degree of conformity and differences among participants owing to specific rationale (Newig and Fritsch 2009). ...
... The joint investigation of social roles and reason was suggested by [2] as part of the strategy to support organisations' development of social outcomes and assess their performance in the social dimension. To answer the two research questions proposed, this study explored managers' perspectives as the source of data which complemented previous studies which discussed ports' social roles and the reasons managers consider it important to adopt a social role [64][65][66][67]. ...
... Therefore the basic idea behind triangulation is to combine different kinds of methods, qualitative and quantitative ones, in order to obtain a picture of the problem at hand as holistic as possible. The proximity of this approach to the concept of the inferential triad by Peirce is a well known fact [48]. ...