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Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches

  title={Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches},
  author={H. Russell Bernard},
Part I: Background to Research Chapter 1. About Social Science Chapter 2. The Foundations of Social Research Chapter 3. Preparing for Research Part II: Research Design Chapter 4. Research Design: Experiments and Experimental Thinking Chapter 5. Sampling: The Basics Chapter 6. Sampling Theory Chapter 7. Nonprobability Sampling Part III: Data Collection Chapter 8. Interviewing I: Unstructured and Semistructured Chapter 9. Interviewing II: Questionnaires Chapter 10. Interviewing III: Relational… 

Associate Teachers as Successful Mentors;Associate Teachers’ and Student Teachers’ Perspectives

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Notions of Citizenship in Bangladesh Secondary Curriculum: The Interface between Policy, Perception, and Practice

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Relationship with theory : a study exploring the impact of theory on the way trainee counselling psychologists make sense of their emotional responses to clients in practice

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Collecting and analyzing qualitative data for system dynamics: methods and models

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Social research methods : qualitative and quantitative approaches

IN THIS SECTION: 1.) BRIEF 2.) COMPREHENSIVE BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I Foundations Chapter 1 Why Do Research? Chapter 2 What Are the Major Types of Social Research? Chapter 3 Theory and Research

The strengths and weaknesses of quantitative and qualitative research: what method for nursing?

  • L. Carr
  • Medicine
    Journal of advanced nursing
  • 1994
The author identifies that neither approach is superior to the other; qualitative research appears invaluable for the exploration of subjective experiences of patients and nurses, and quantitative methods facilitate the discovery of quantifiable information.