Doing Postgraduate Research, Volume 13
SAGE, Aug 7, 2006 - Education - 308 pages
The prospect of undertaking postgraduate research can seem daunting. This thoroughly revised Second Edition of Doing Postgraduate Research shows students how to undertake their research in a manner that is better, quicker, and hassle-free as possible. The text offers an authoritative and comprehensive guide to better research practice and is fully compliant with research training requirements, including the Joint Research Councils' Skills Statement.
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Contents List of Figures vi
Notes on Contributors viii
Scoping your research
Logics of enquiry
Planning and organizing your research
Undertaking a literature review
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