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Handbook of Research Methods [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9789380179438Publication details: New Delhi : Oxford Book Co., 2010.ISBN:
  • 9789350430460
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of Research MethodsDDC classification:
  • 001.42
LOC classification:
  • Q180.55.M4
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Contents:
COVER; Preface; Contents; Introduction; Experiments in Research; The Components of Experiments; Research Methods of Qualitative and Quantitative; Experimental Reasoning; Research Validity and Legitimation; Interpretation of Experiments; Research and Evaluation; Collaborative Research Practice; Index;
Summary: There is hardly a shortage of books on the subject of research methods in management and social sciences. Some of these books take a philosophical approach and are short on practical details, particularly in connection with assembling and making the most of empirical research data. Others take a cookbook approach that fails to provide an overarching perspective. In this book, we have sought to make this a really useful book for a first time researcher, a book that is helpful from the very beginning of research process to its completion. Hope that students will read the book from cover to cover
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COVER; Preface; Contents; Introduction; Experiments in Research; The Components of Experiments; Research Methods of Qualitative and Quantitative; Experimental Reasoning; Research Validity and Legitimation; Interpretation of Experiments; Research and Evaluation; Collaborative Research Practice; Index;

There is hardly a shortage of books on the subject of research methods in management and social sciences. Some of these books take a philosophical approach and are short on practical details, particularly in connection with assembling and making the most of empirical research data. Others take a cookbook approach that fails to provide an overarching perspective. In this book, we have sought to make this a really useful book for a first time researcher, a book that is helpful from the very beginning of research process to its completion. Hope that students will read the book from cover to cover