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HOW TO DO YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT: A GUIDE FOR STUDENTS 3ED

Author: Thomas, Gary
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 360
Pub Date: 26/05/2017
ISBN: 9781473948877
Availability: Out of Stock
Tutor: Paula Stone
Department: School of Teacher Education & Development
Quick overview The Third Edition of this bestselling title continues to lead the way as an essential guide for anyone undertaking a research project in the applied social sciences.
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'Gary's book, never more than a metre away, has been my indispensable research companion. With its easy layout, my well-worn copy, stripy with florescent marker and pencilled notes, has been my go-to, on-hand supervisor throughout my degree; taking the distance out of distance learning. Replace daunting and impossible with clarity and entertainment. I wouldn't be where I am today without it; it has been my gateway to achievement' - Ellie Davies Moore, distance learner in Multi-Sensory Impairment at the University of Birmingham


With more advice on concluding, writing up and presenting research, using social media and digital methods, and understanding what supervisors want and how to work with them, the third edition of this bestselling title continues to lead the way as an essential guide for anyone undertaking a research project in the applied social sciences.
Setting out a clear and detailed road map, Gary Thomas guides the reader through the different stages of a research project, explaining key steps and processes at each level in refreshingly jargon-free terms.
It covers:
- How to choose your research question
- Project management and study skills
- Effective literature reviews
- Methodology, theory and research design frames
- Ethics and access
- Data collection tools
- Effective data analysis
- Discussing findings, concluding and writing up
Packed with engaging anecdotal evidence and practical advice and supported by an interactive website featuring worksheets, videos, SAGE Journal articles and more, this new edition is a user-friendly, one-stop-shop for guidance on research principles.

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