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When to Use What Research Design [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781462503537Publication details: New York : Guilford Publications, Inc., 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781462503612
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: When to Use What Research DesignDDC classification:
  • 001.42
LOC classification:
  • H62 .V623 2012
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Contents:
Cover; Front Matter; Brief Contents; Extended Contents; General Introduction Design, Sampling, and Ethics; Part I--Research Questions and Designs; Chapter 1--When to Use Survey Designs; Chapter 2--When to Use Interview Designs; Chapter 3--When to Use Experimental Designs; Chapter 4--When to Use Naturalistic and Participant Observational Designs; Chapter 5--When to Use Archival Designs: Literature Reviews and Secondary Data Analyses; Chapter 6--When to Use Combined Research Designs; Part II--Sampling, Selection, and Recruitment; Chapter 7--Sampling for Surveys
Chapter 18--Ethical Considerations in Combined Research DesignsConclusion: Culmination of Design, Sampling, and Ethics in Valid Data Coding; Glossary; References; Index; About the Authors
Chapter 8--Identifying and Recruiting People for InterviewsChapter 9--Sampling, Recruiting, and Assigning Participants in Experiments; Chapter 10--Searching and Sampling for Observations; Chapter 11--Sampling from Archival Sources; Chapter 12--Sampling and Recruiting for Combined Research Designs; Part III--Research Ethics: The Responsible Conduct of Research; Chapter 13--Ethics in Survey Research; Chapter 14--Ethics in Interview Research; Chapter 15--Ethics in Experimental Research; Chapter 16--Ethics in Observational Research; Chapter 17--Ethical Issues in Archival Research
Summary: Systematic, practical, and accessible, this is the first book to focus on finding the most defensible design for a particular research question. Thoughtful guidelines are provided for weighing the advantages and disadvantages of various methods, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods designs. The book can be read sequentially or readers can dip into chapters on specific stages of research (basic design choices, selecting and sampling participants, addressing ethical issues) or data collection methods (surveys, interviews, experiments, observations, archival studies, and combine
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Cover; Front Matter; Brief Contents; Extended Contents; General Introduction Design, Sampling, and Ethics; Part I--Research Questions and Designs; Chapter 1--When to Use Survey Designs; Chapter 2--When to Use Interview Designs; Chapter 3--When to Use Experimental Designs; Chapter 4--When to Use Naturalistic and Participant Observational Designs; Chapter 5--When to Use Archival Designs: Literature Reviews and Secondary Data Analyses; Chapter 6--When to Use Combined Research Designs; Part II--Sampling, Selection, and Recruitment; Chapter 7--Sampling for Surveys

Chapter 18--Ethical Considerations in Combined Research DesignsConclusion: Culmination of Design, Sampling, and Ethics in Valid Data Coding; Glossary; References; Index; About the Authors

Chapter 8--Identifying and Recruiting People for InterviewsChapter 9--Sampling, Recruiting, and Assigning Participants in Experiments; Chapter 10--Searching and Sampling for Observations; Chapter 11--Sampling from Archival Sources; Chapter 12--Sampling and Recruiting for Combined Research Designs; Part III--Research Ethics: The Responsible Conduct of Research; Chapter 13--Ethics in Survey Research; Chapter 14--Ethics in Interview Research; Chapter 15--Ethics in Experimental Research; Chapter 16--Ethics in Observational Research; Chapter 17--Ethical Issues in Archival Research

Systematic, practical, and accessible, this is the first book to focus on finding the most defensible design for a particular research question. Thoughtful guidelines are provided for weighing the advantages and disadvantages of various methods, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods designs. The book can be read sequentially or readers can dip into chapters on specific stages of research (basic design choices, selecting and sampling participants, addressing ethical issues) or data collection methods (surveys, interviews, experiments, observations, archival studies, and combine