First published in 1996. This book is designed to help students acquire basic skills needed to comprehend social and behavioural science research reports. These skills are needed to understand research results that we confront in our everyday lives in magazines, newspapers, on television, and elsewhere. It includes a guide and a workbook.
Table of Contents
Part A Introduction to Social and Behavioral Science Research, Part B Theory, Measurement, and Time in Research, Part C Methods of Data Collection, Part D Samples and Sampling, Part E Data Analysis and Beyond