The Good Research Guide: Research Methods for Small-Scale Social Research
von Denscombe, Martyn
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The Good Research Guide provides practical and straightforward guidance for those who need to conduct small-scale research projects as part of their undergraduate, postgraduate or professional studies.The 7th edition covers topics in a clear, user-friendly style outlining the key points and explaining why they are important.The new edition has been updated throughout and has additional material on topics such as social media research, online surveys, image-based research and participatory action research. It also features new chapters on how to prepare for a research project, with specific guidance on:· how to undertake a literature review· how to write a research proposal· how to ensure the research is ethical· how to locate the project within a research paradigmFull of practical advice and valuable examples, this is the go-to book for students looking to improve their research skills."Having this book at your side is like having your hand held from start to finish and every decision in between... I very much welcome a new edition for my students"Melanie Nind, Professor of Education, University of Southampton and Co-director, National Centre for Research Methods, UK"Comprehensively updated, this book remains the indispensable student guide to the research process... It's not just good, it's great!"Dr Tom Clark, Lecturer in Research Methods, The University of Sheffield, UK"The text is informative, concise, and attractive. Each chapter presents sections in an easy-to-read format with further reading ideas and link ups to the numerous topics covered throughout the book."Dr Alaster Scott Douglas, Reader in the School of Education, University of Roehampton, UKMartyn Denscombe is Emeritus Professor at De Montfort University. He has a research background in the fields of sociology, education and business studies and has published widely on research methods in the social sciences.
Martyn Denscombe is Professor of Social Research at De Montfort University. He graduated in sociology and then qualified as a teacher at the University of London (Goldsmiths' College). He has a PhD from the University of Leicester for research on the social organization of teaching.
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