Communication Research Methods

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Thomson/Wadsworth, 2004 - Drama - 362 pages
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Merrigan and Huston's COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODS is a timely introduction to the communication research methods course. This engaging, student-friendly text presents a unique and fully developed teaching model of research as argument that connects researchers' claims, data, and warrants, or background reasoning. The text incorporates a tremendous range of examples from published communication studies that provide students with current, relevant, and practical illustrations of key concepts.

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Making Claims
Traditional and Interpretive
What Counts as Communication Data?

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