Making Sense: A Student's Guide to Research and Writing : Social Sciences

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Oxford University Press, 2007 - Reference - 263 pages
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Designed specifically for students in the social sciences, this useful guide outlines the basic principles of style, grammar, punctuation, and usage. An excellent supplementary handbook for any student in the social sciences, Making Sense covers issues such as how to conduct social research and provides tips for report writing. The third edition includes new material on evaluating Internet sources and avoiding plagiarism.

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Designing a Project
Theorizing about a Project
Using Quantitative Data

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Margot Northey is a Business Consultant, and former Dean of the School of Business, Queen's University. Lorne Tepperman is Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto

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