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Doing Research (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 144
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Pocket Study Skills

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14 July 2017

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This concise and easy-to-use guide provides students with the skills needed for planning and doing research well, whatever their course of study. Short, succinct chapters take students through the process one step at a time,...

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This concise and easy-to-use guide provides students with the skills needed for planning and doing research well, whatever their course of study. Short, succinct chapters take students through the process one step at a time, from planning their project and doing the groundwork through to conducting fieldwork, analysing data and writing up their research. It features practical advice and examples from various subject areas throughout, alongside checklists to keep students on track.

This is an ideal resource for students of all disciplines, especially undergraduates undertaking a research project for the very first time.

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  • Covers all the key stages of research, from planning and groundwork to analysis and writing up, with visual aids and examples at every step
  • Promotes a positive and direct approach to successful research
  • Contains handy checklists to keep students on track



 

  • Includes new sections on online sources, university procedures surrounding ethics and different approaches to research

PART 1: Planning
PART 2: Groundwork
PART 3: Building a scaffold
PART 4: Fieldwork: finding the data
PART 5: Analysing the data
PART 6: Writing up research.

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Gary Thomas is Professor of Inclusion and Diversity at the University of Birmingham, UK, having previously worked as a teacher and an educational psychologist.

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Gary Thomas is Professor of Inclusion and Diversity at the University of Birmingham, UK, having previously worked as a teacher and an educational psychologist.

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