Carrying out a research project is a daunting task, presenting you with deadline anxieties, unfamiliar language and practical dilemmas. This book is a straightforward, user-friendly guide on how to manage your research project successfully - akin to having a tutor at your side. Doing a Successful Research Project: ac offers an accessible introduction to qualitative and quantitative methods ac takes you through the entire research process from planning to write-up ac includes extensive real-life examples of good and bad research practice The second edition of this no-nonsense textbook, containing further discussion of internet-based research methods, research ethics and more, provides students with the self-discipline and the confidence to conduct their own research projects, whatever discipline they are from, and also the understanding required to identify the advantages and disadvantages of different strategies.Greenbaum, TL (1998) The Handbook for Focus Group Research, London, Sage. ... Illingworth, N (2001) a#39;The internet matters: Exploring the use of the internet as a research toola#39;, Sociological Research Online, ... Juarascio, AS, Shaoib, A and Timko, CA (2010) a#39;Pro-eating disorder communities on social networking sites: A anbsp;...
|Title||:||Doing a Successful Research Project|
|Author||:||Martin Brett Davies, Nathan Hughes|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-03-11|