100 Questions (and Answers) About Research Methods
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100 Questions (and Answers) About Research Methods



© 2012 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

"How do I create a good research hypothesis?"

"How do I know when my literature review is finished?"

"What is the difference between a sample and a population?"

"What is power and why is it important?"

In an increasingly data-driven world, it is more important than ever for students as well as professionals to better understand the process of research. This invaluable guide answers the essential questions that students ask about research methods in a concise and accessible way.

 
Part 1. Understanding the Research Process and Getting Started
 
Part 2. Reviewing and Writing About Your Research Question
 
Part 3. Introductory Ideas About Ethics
 
Part 4. Research Methods: Knowing the Language, Knowing the Ideas
 
Part 5. Sampling Ideas and Issues
 
Part 6. Describing Data Using Descriptive Techniques
 
Part 7. All About Testing and Measuring
 
Part 8. Understanding Different Research Methods
 
Part 9. All About Inference and Significance

I already am using 3 other books. This is a good book though.

Dr Michelle Lane
School Of Business, Humboldt State University
June 5, 2013

Did not meet my needs

Dr Mikaila Arthur
Sociology Dept, Rhode Island College
January 25, 2013

I had heard good things about Salkind's statistics book and wanted to review his research book as well. The 100 questions format is cute, and may provide a quick answer to a specific student question. However, it's not really organized in a way that I find particularly useful for a more integrated course that progressively develop and builds upon concepts.

Professor Edward De Vos
Clinical Psychology, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
January 31, 2012

comes across as a little disorganized, plus a little too focused on psychology and statistics.

Professor Leeda Copley
Soc Crim Just Sub Abuse Dept, University of Central Oklahoma
January 23, 2012

This text is a great resource guide for graduate students. But it may not work as well with undergraduates orienting themselves to the research process. However, I will use it as a recommended text for students.

Dr Antonio Cuyler
Arts Management - School of The Arts, Suny College at Purchase
November 26, 2011
Key features

Key Features

· The entire research process is covered from start to finish: Divided into nine parts, the book  guides readers from the initial asking of questions, through the analysis and interpretation of data, to the final report

· Each question and answer provides a stand-alone explanation: Readers gain enough information on a particular topic to move on to the next question, and topics can be read in any order

· Most questions and answers supplement others in the book: Important material is reinforced, and connections are made between the topics

· Each answer ends with referral to three other related questions: Readers are shown where to go for additional information on the most closely related topics


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ISBN: 9781412992039