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Understanding the Research Process

by Paul Oliver SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2010
ISBN:
9781849201124
Format:
Pbk 160 pages
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Understanding the Research Process aims to help students understand the use of specialist vocabulary and terminology of educational and social science research.

The author explores the ways in which research terminology is used, and shows students:
- how to use specialist research terminology appropriately
- how to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate uses of research terminology
- how to understand the meaning of research terms
- how to disseminate research in a style which is clear and easily understood

The book is for final year undergraduates and masters students in humanities, education and social science subjects.

Paul Oliver is a widely-published author in the fields of education, philosophy and religious studies. He is currently principal lecturer in the School of Education and Professional Development, at the University of Huddersfield.

AUDIENCE: The book is for final year undergraduates and masters students in humanities, education and social science subjects.

The Idea of Research
The Conceptual Range of a Research Study
Introducing Research Questions and Aims
Analysing Previous Research
The Scientific Method
The Research Design
Data Collection Methods
Questions of Ethics
Presenting a Conclusion and Disseminating Research
References

Paul Oliver - University of Huddersfield