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Next is the overall complexity. When combining both methodologies the writer and researchers are making an already complex issue more complex due to the combination of the two methods. The best time to use a complex method is when the issue you are researching is complex in itself. According to Abbas Tashakkori & Charles Teddlie (2003) when searching with some less vital answers in mind one could use either a qualitative or quantitative research. However when the complexity of the situation increases one may wanna seek not only the how, but the why and use a mixed approach to ensure they get all the answers they seek.
Another disadvantage that one could find using the mixed approach is that the researcher will have to be trained in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. This is not only costly, but can also involve having to bring in a secondary researcher if the initial researcher is only trained in one method. According to Tashakkori and Teddlie (2003) in order for one to combine both methodologies together cohesively one must have a comprehensive understanding of both methodologies so not only can they interpret the statistical data properly, but also the case study data.
Conclusion of Advantages and Disadvantages
Like all things in life there are good and bad consequences, or advantages and disadvantages. The way one interprets the information and utilizes it to arrive at a desired outcome is essential to the success or failure of their issue. Using a mixed approach can lead to more success because of its utilization of the strengths from both the qualitative and quantitative methodologies. If the researchers utilize either qualitative or quantitative research methodologies to arrive at a conclusion they ...

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...nd individual around to assist in caring for the children while Mom or Dad has to work. In many cases schools and daycare facilities send children home when they are not feeling well and this can ultimately force the single parent onto state assistance. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Commerce, CATO Institute (2014) child care is one of the many expenses that the welfare system pays out to individuals seeking or already working. The According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Commerce, CATO Institute (2014) estimate that 12.8 million people are on welfare in a state, and that chunk of individuals not only receive insurance and other services from US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
What can the company do in this situation? For many small companies such as Mom and
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