An Integrated Mixed Methods Autoethnography of Pain


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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59455/jomes.2024.9.8

Keywords:

mixed methods autoethnography, integrated mixed methods autoethnography, integrated mixed methods research, quantitizing, qualitizing, physical disability

Abstract

This integrated mixed methods autoethnographic research focuses on a personal journey with physical and
emotional pain. Initial data from an ongoing investigation highlight how the integrated mixed methods approach,
which involves visualizing, quantitizing, and qualitizing personal experiences, further enriches the data analysis,
findings, and discussion. Furthermore, this type of autoethnography provides space for people with short- and
long-term injuries to share their experiences, creating an opening for voices of people who often feel
disempowered.

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Published

2024-06-30

How to Cite

Abrams, M. L. . (2024). An Integrated Mixed Methods Autoethnography of Pain. Journal of Mixed Methods Studies, (9), 263–269. https://doi.org/10.59455/jomes.2024.9.8