Communication impact: designing research that matters
Designed as an alternative stand-alone text or supplement to conventional research methods texts, Communication Impact introduces methods through engaging narrative descriptions of actual research projects driven by contemporary real-world questions. Each chapter addresses a different method, including community-based research, research on organizations and institutions, problem-focused research, cross-cultural research, and research on new technologies. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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Why Did the Scholar Cross the Road? Community Action
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