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In an identical concurrent sampling design, quantitative and qualitative data are collected from the same people (identical) at approximately the same time (i.e., concurrently).

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In an identical sequential sampling design, quantitative and qualitative data are collected from the same people (identical) in stages (sequential).

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In a parallel concurrent sampling design, separate quantitative and qualitative samples are selected from the same population (parallel), and data are collected at approximately the same time (concurrently).

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In a parallel sequential sampling design, separate quantitative and qualitative samples are selected from the same population (parallel), and data are collected from these two samples in stages (sequentially).

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In a nested concurrent sampling design, the participants selected for one phase are a subset of the participants selected for the other phase (nested), and data are collected at approximately the same time (concurrently).

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In a nested sequential sampling design, the participants selected for one phase are a subset of the participants selected for the other phase (nested), and data are collected from these two samples in stages (sequentially).

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In a multilevel concurrent sampling design, the quantitative and qualitative samples are selected from different levels of a population (multilevel), and data are collected at approximately the same time (concurrently).

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In a multilevel sequential sampling design, the quantitative and qualitative samples are selected from different levels of a population (multilevel), and data are collected from these two samples in stages (sequentially).

Last, once you have selected one of the eight mixed sampling designs, you must select the sampling method and sample size for both the quantitative and qualitative phases.

For the quantitative phase, use one of the quantitative sampling methods discussed earlier in the chapter.

For the qualitative phase, use one of the qualitative sampling methods discussed earlier in the chapter.

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