The Mixed Methods Research: A Practical Guide for Researchers and Graduate Students provides in one volume, a holistic approach to understanding mixed methods research. It provides a concise and well written introduction to mixed methods research, giving the reader an elaborate review of the literature, data collection and data analysis procedures, and answering the mixed methods research question. The book clearly shows the connection between the theoretical perspective and the research methodology, providing the reader with elaborate skills required to conduct research. This new edition places mixed methods research within the philosophical and procedural debates among the quantitative and qualitative researchers. Thus, the book is well suited for researchers across social, behavioral, and health sciences and more so those with less statistical knowledge.