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How to Research - 2nd edition

How to Research - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 9780335209033

ISBN10: 0335209033

How to Research by Lorraine Blaxter, Malcolm Tight, Loraine Blaxter and Christina Hughes - ISBN 9780335209033
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Open University Press
Published: 2001
International: No
How to Research by Lorraine Blaxter, Malcolm Tight, Loraine Blaxter and Christina Hughes - ISBN 9780335209033

ISBN13: 9780335209033

ISBN10: 0335209033

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 01

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Summary

This book is about the practice and experience of doing research in the social sciences as well as in related subjects such as education, business studies and health and social care. It is aimed at those, particularly the less experienced, who are involved in small-scale research projects at college or at work. The book is written in an original, accessible and jargon free style using a variety of different forms of presentation to support the researcher. How to Research offers a series of useful exercises to help progress research thinking, a wide range of examples taken from a variety of subject areas, extensive annotated bibliographies for further reading, and practical hints for all stages of the research process. This book will be a core text for undergraduate and postgraduate research methods courses in the social sciences and will also be invaluable for those carrying out research as part of a workplace assignment.

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How to Research by Lorraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight - ISBN 9780335217465
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