How to Research

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McGraw-Hill Education, Nov 1, 2006 - Reference - 287 pages
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Learn Techniques to Find the Information You Need

This revised third edition delivers invaluable guidance on how to collect data, write proposals, and make presentations. Offering you step-by-step techniques for the most efficient and focused research in school or work projects, How to Research includes hands-on exercises that build up skills and strengthen research techniques useful for any project, in any field.

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I found this book invaluable when conducting my masters by research. I returned to it again and again throughout my research journey and highly recommend it to postgrad and undergrad students embarking on a research project ot thesis. Thanks.

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this book is ace. nuff said

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Lorraine Blaxter is based at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, where she lectures at the School of Health and Human Studies.

Christina Hughes is a senior lecturer in the University of Warwick's sociology department.

Malcolm Tight is based at the Department of Educational Research at Lancashire University, United Kingdom.

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