Walter Jorge Mendizábal Anticona, José Oscar Huanca Frías, Rene Eduardo Huanca Frías, Ingrid Liz Quispe Ticona.

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.256-269

The objective of study was determine epistemological nature of qualitative and mixed research in law, highlighting its typology and application of qualitative meta-analysis. Qualitative and mixed research design in law was addressed, focusing on importance of integrating different data sources and methodological approaches to obtain a more complete and accurate picture of the phenomenon in question. Different types of qualitative and mixed research design are discussed, as well as the most common data collection methods in the field of law; In addition, meta-analysis is presented as a useful tool for synthesis and analysis of data in legal research. It is highlighted that the meta-analysis is not limited only to the statistical approach, but a qualitative meta-analysis can also be carried out using a proactive documentary analysis approach. The importance of careful planning and reflexivity in carrying out a qualitative and mixed research design in law is highlighted, as well as the need for a clear and precise communication of the results for an effective application of studies with a clear tendency to Get out of formalities and solemn compliments that distract from the essential characteristic in legal sciences: Dynamic hermeneutics and dogmatics of investigations. Methodology was basic, purposeful, explanatory. It is concluded qualitative and mixed investigations are significantly adaptable in the science of Law and concurrently in other disciplines and that the freedom of formalities must prevail, resorting to tools such as qualitative meta-analysis that well adapts to Law in an applicability of legal hermeneutical data. far from pure quantification.

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