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SAGE Research Methods is a research tool that connects you to over 100,000 pages of SAGE research methods books, journals, and reference material with advanced search features. Here, researchers, faculty, and students can explore methods concepts to design research projects, understand particular methods or identify a new method, conduct research, and write up findings.
Research Ethics for Students in the Social Sciences by
Publication Date: 2020-09-15
A practical guide into research ethics for undergraduate students in the social sciences. This book addresses problems and questions that any bachelor student in the social sciences should be aware of, including plagiarism, data fabrication and other types of fraud, data augmentation, various forms of research bias, but also peer pressure, issues with confidentiality and questions regarding conflicts of interest. Cheating, 'free riding', and broader issues that relate to the place of the social sciences in society are also included. The book concludes with a step-by-step approach designed to coach a student through a research application process.
Key research & study skills in psychology by
Call Number: BF78 .M34 2010 / Also available online in Sage
Publication Date: 2010
"[P]resents indispensable instruction, advice and tips on note making and note taking, evaluating academic literature, writing critical essays, ... understanding research methods and issues associated with conducting research, writing and presenting reports and research and also some important computer skills ... Practical exercises and interactive tasks are integrated throughout to clarify key points and give the students a chance to practice on their own. A glossary of key terms is also provided."
The Psychology Student Writer's Manual and Reader's Guide by
Publication Date: 2018-03-02
Part 1 begins by teaching students to read newspapers and other media sources critically and analytically. It focuses on the crafts of writing and scholarship by providing the basics of grammar, style, formats, and source citation, and then introduces students to a variety of rich information resources. Part 2 prepares students to research, read, write, review, and critique psychology scholarship. Part 3 provides exercises in advanced studies, including biological psychology, sensation and perception, developmental psychology, social psychology, and abnormal psychology.
Research Methods in Psychology by
Publication Date: 2012-10-16
Psychology is of interest to academics from many fields, as well as to the thousands of academic and clinical psychologists and general public who can't help but be interested in learning more about why humans think and behave as they do.
Qualitative Strategies for Ethnocultural Research by
Publication Date: 2012
Culture has become one of the most important constructs in contemporary psychology, yet when behavioral and social scientists attempt to research ethnocultural communities, they typically rely on wholly quantitative methods, excluding the richness and vitality that numbers alone cannot convey. This volume presents the state-of-the-art discourse on qualitative methods in psychology and community studies.
ICPSR Direct This link opens in a new window
Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research holds the world's largest collection of computer-readable social science data. These data can be used for both research and instructional activities. First time users will be asked to create an ICPSR MyData account.
Secondary Data Analysis by
Publication Date: 2010
The use of secondary data, or existing data that is freely available to researchers who were not involved in the original study, has a long and rich tradition in the social sciences. This book provides students and seasoned researchers alike with an accessible introduction to secondary analysis.
How to Read a Journal Article
Subjects: African American Studies
, American Studies
, Art History
, Creative Writing
, English 101 & 100
, English Literature