Do It Yourself Social Research
Routledge, 16 jun. 2016 - 218 pagina's
With the rapid growth of collaborative, indigenous, and community-based research, one of the key challenges researchers face is finding an effective way of involving non-researchers in the research process. Do It Yourself Social Research has been a best-selling methodology guide for action research projects and community groups in Australia for almost three decades. Always emphasizing the importance of a spirit of inquiry, it demystifies the research process, covering where to start, how to manage a research project, what methods, techniques and resources to use, and interpretation, analysis and reporting. This third edition has been thoroughly revised, adding the use of narrative and dialogue in research, rich research design, and what digital technology can (and can’t) contribute to the research process. With its hands-on, no-nonsense approach, Do It Yourself Social Research is an essential resource for community groups, college students, and other novice researchers in health, social welfare, education and related areas.
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Before You Start
Where to Start
How to Tackle It
Designs Methods and Techniques
Working Out What You Found Out
Saying What You Found Out
Some examples of good do it yourself social research
Translations of some common research language
Short bibliography of more or less accessible research texts for further reading
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