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Navigating the Accessibility in A Mixed Methods Study (On Demand: Recorded)

Main Topic: Deaf Community
Session Type: Skill Share


Mixed Methods research becomes an important technique for advocacy and social justice for the Deaf community. As an international Deaf researcher, I address the challenges and solutions of providing accessibility in a mixed-methods study with deaf and hearing participants. I discuss designing the reliability and validity in methods to understand this accessibility, including data collection, data analysis, and data interpretation. I offer contributions to the field of mixed methods study for research scholars who are interested in conducting their research with deaf/disabled populations and vice versa. I hope that those discussions help researchers in preparation for mixed methods research during the pandemic with transcultural and linguistic competence – internationally and nationally.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this session, participants will: 

  1. Increase their knowledge of mixed methods study and its design types. 
  2. Discuss the challenges and solutions of making accessibility in mixed methods study. 
  3. Prepare for their mixed methods research with transcultural and linguistic competence.

Keywords: Mixed Methods Study, Accessibility, Transcultural and Linguistic Competence, Hearing and Deaf Populations

View the Session: https://community.pacrim.coe.hawaii.edu/groups/4189398/feed


Feb 23 2021 - May 01 2021

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 23 2021 - May 02 2021
View the Session: Virtual Space


  • Dr. Manako Yabe
    Dr. Manako Yabe
    University of Tsukuba - Research Assistant Professor

    University of Tsukuba

    Dr. Yabe is the first Deaf faculty in the Division of Disability Sciences at the University of Tsukuba. Her research interests are Technical Communication, Accessibility, Universal Design, Deaf Studies, and Disability Studies. She has earned a Ph.D. degree in Disability Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she pioneered a campus safety app to improve emergency communication access.