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Research Methods in the Social Sciences is a comprehensive yet compact A-Z for undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking qualitative and quantitative research across the social sciences, featuring 71 entries that cover a wide range of concepts, methods, and theories.
- Covers quantitative and qualitative methods, with an emphasis on applying concepts to real-world examples.
- Over 70 entries covering well-established research methods concepts and emerging ideas.
- Concepts are defined and then discussed in terms of practical use, strengths and weaknesses, and current status in academic practice.
- Uses cross-references to help readers link related concepts together and build a comprehensive understanding of research methods.