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Ader, Herman J and Mellenbergh, Gideon J, eds. (1999) Research methodology in the social, behavioural and life sciences. London: Sage .

This is an ideal text for advanced courses in research methods and experimental design. It argues that the methodology of quantitative research is a unified discipline with basic notions, procedures and ways of reasoning which can be applied across the social, behavioural and life sciences. Key designs, models and methods in research are covered by leading contributors in their field who seek to explain the fundamentals of the research process to enable the student to understand the broader implications and unifying themes.


Item Type:Book
Date:1999
Call No:RC
Pages:393 p.
Publisher:Sage
Place of Publication:London
ISBN:0-7619-5883-5
Keywords:data set, data collection from documents, quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, biological model
Notes:Contains bibliographic references, tables, figures and index.
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Accession Number:HRB 2269 (Available)
Subjects:R Research > Research and evaluation method
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health services, substance use research

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