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📒Principles Of Social Science ✍ Henry Charles Carey
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📒Principles Of Research Design In The Social Sciences ✍ Frank Bechhofer
✏Principles of Research Design in the Social Sciences Book Summary : This practical introduction for first time researchers provides a bridge between how to conduct research and the philosophy of social science, allowing students to relate what they are doing to why. It does not provide a set of rigid recipes for social scientists as many methodology books do, rather it stimulates students to think about the issues involved when deciding upon their research design. By discussing standard approaches to research design and method in various social science disciplines, the authors illustrate why particular designs have traditionally predominated in certain areas of study. But whilst they acknowledge the strengths of these standard approaches, their emphasis is on helping researchers find the most effective solution to their problem by encouraging them, through this familiarity with the principles of various approaches, to innovate where appropriate. This text will prove indispensable for social science students of all levels embarking upon a research project, and for experienced researchers looking for a fresh perspective on their object of study.
📒Principles Of Methodology ✍ Perri 6
✏Principles of Methodology Book Summary : This book provides a comprehensive, accessible guide to social science methodology. In so doing, it establishes methodology as distinct from both methods and philosophy. Most existing textbooks deal with methods, or sound ways of collecting and analysing data to generate findings. In contrast, this innovative book shows how an understanding of methodology allows us to design research so that findings can be used to answer interesting research questions and to build and test theories. Most important things in social research (e.g., beliefs, institutions, interests, practices and social classes) cannot be observed directly. This book explains how empirical research can nevertheless be designed to make sound inferences about their nature, effects and significance. The authors examine what counts as good description, explanation and interpretation, and how they can be achieved by striking intelligent trade-offs between competing design virtues. Coverage includes: * why methodology matters; * what philosophical arguments show us about inference; * competing virtues of good research design; * purposes of theory, models and frameworks; * forming researchable concepts and typologies; * explaining and interpreting: inferring causation, meaning and significance; and * combining explanation and interpretation. The book is essential reading for new researchers faced with the practical challenge of designing research. Extensive examples and exercises are provided, based on the authors' long experience of teaching methodology to multi-disciplinary groups. Perri 6 is Professor of Social Policy in the Graduate School in the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. Chris Bellamy is Emeritus Professor of Public Administration in the Graduate School, Nottingham Trent University.
📒Social Science Research ✍ Anol Bhattacherjee
✏Social Science Research Book Summary : This book is designed to introduce doctoral and graduate students to the process of conducting scientific research in the social sciences, business, education, public health, and related disciplines. It is a one-stop, comprehensive, and compact source for foundational concepts in behavioral research, and can serve as a stand-alone text or as a supplement to research readings in any doctoral seminar or research methods class. This book is currently used as a research text at universities on six continents and will shortly be available in nine different languages.
📒Manual Of Social Science ✍ Henry Charles Carey
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✏Manual of Social Science Being a Condensation of the Principles of Social Science of H C Carey LL Book Summary :
📒Principles Of Social Research ✍ Mary Alison Durand
✏Principles of Social Research Book Summary : Using examples from a range of settings, this book provides a clear introduction to basic principles in social research.
📒Visualizing Social Science Research ✍ Johannes Wheeldon
✏Visualizing Social Science Research Book Summary : This introductory text presents basic principles of social science research through maps, graphs, and diagrams. The authors show how concept maps and mind maps can be used in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research, using student-friendly examples and classroom-based activities. Integrating theory and practice, chapters show how to use these tools to plan research projects, “see” analysis strategies, and assist in the development and writing of research reports.
📒Manual Of Social Science ✍ KATE McKEAN
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📒Research In The Social Sciences And Education ✍ Manuel Martinez-Pons
✏Research in the Social Sciences and Education Book Summary : This book was written to introduce the college senior or graduate student to modern scientific inquiry in the social sciences and education. No prior knowledge of research is necessary for an understanding of the material. The work can be used as a text for a first course in research or a reference for the more general aspects of the research endeavor. Contents: Concepts and Principles of Modern Research; Statistics in Research; The Research Process: Overview; The Research Process for the Construct Descriptive Focus; The Research Process for the Assignment Focus; The Research Process for the Causal Focus; Program Evaluation and Review Technique; Appendix: The Validity of Manipulative Methods of Data Generation; Index.