Becoming A Researcher: A Research Companion For The Social Sciences: A Companion to the Research Process
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jul 1, 2005 - Education - 197 pages
This innovative book combines what most books separate: research as practical activity and research as intellectual engagement. It clarifies and makes explicit the methodological issues that underlie the journey from initial research idea to the finished report and beyond.
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