The Good Research Guide: For Small-scale Social Research Projects

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Open University Press, 1998 - Social Science - 247 pages
This book is written for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students in business studies, social sciences, health studies and education who need to undertake research projects as part of their studies. It offers a pragmatic approach which is particularly suitable for those who are interested in how to use research methods for a specific piece of small-scale research and for whom time is extremely limited. Such 'project' researchers can avoid elementary errors in the design and execution of their research by using the checklists which highlight crucial factors associated with the production of good social research.

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Martyn Denscombe is Professor of Social Research at De Montfort University, UK. He is the author of the bestselling research methods book The Good Research Guide 3/e.

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