The Limitations of Social Research

Marten Shipman

Editura: Longman
'Does the evidence reflect the reality under investigation?' This is just one of the important questions Marten Shipman asks in the fourth edition of his highly successful book, The Limitations of Social Research. Substantially revised and up-dated it probes not only the technical stages of research, but also its assumptions, procedures and dissemination.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : Introduction. Part One: Approaches to Social Research
    1. Social research
    Controversy 1: Can there be Objectivity in Social Research?
    2. Scientific social research
    Controversy 2: Macho, Mourner, Freedom-Fighter or Thug?
    3. Interpretative social research Part Two: Techniques for Collecting Information
    Controversy 3: The Choices within Research Design
    4. Samples, cases and response
    Controversy 4: What Really went on under the Banyan Trees?
    5. Observation
    Controversy 5: The Never-ending Nature-Nurture Debate
    6. Questions
    Controversy 6: Class Size in Primary Schools
    7. Variations on the experiment
    Controversy 7: Burt Rumbles on
    8. Reinforcing the evidence; Part Three: Personal, Professional and Political Influences
    Controversy 8: Suffer the Little Children
    9. The author in time and place
    Controversy 9: The Publication of Piaget
    10. The publication of research
    Controversy 10: The Effectiveness of Schools
    11. The limitations and
  • Data Publicarii : 1998
  • Editie : 4
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 184
  • ISBN : 9780582311039
287.99 Lei

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