Learning from research : getting more from your data / Judith Bell and Clive Opie.
By: Bell, Judith.
Contributor(s): Opie, Clive.Publisher: Buckingham ; Phildelphia : Open University Press, 2002Description: xiv, 261 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0335206611.Subject(s): Dissertations, Academic -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Report writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Research -- Handbooks, manuals, etcDDC classification: 808.042
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Pt. 1 The descriptive study : 1.1 Background to the study and critics of descriptive studies. 1.2 The preparation 1.3 Moving on to data collection 1.4 Using computer statistical packages 1.5 The wretched grids 1.6 Discussion - Pt. 2 The evaluation study : 2.1 Background to the study, obtaining permission and reviewing the literature 2.2 The preparation 2.3 Operationalization of the concepts 2.4 The questionnaire 2.5 The findings 2.6 Discussion - Pt. 3 The experimental study : 3.1 Background to the study 3.2 The literature review 3.3 Obtaining permission and ethical dilemmas in experimental research 3.4 Aims and purpose of the study 3.5 The plan for data collection and analysis 3.6 The results 3.7 Overall findings 3.8 Limitations of the study and recommendations 3.9 Discussion - Pt. 4 The ethnographic study : 4.1 Statement of the problem and purpose of the study 4.2 Setting the scene and the analysis of documentary evidence 4.3 The review of the literature 4.4 The research contract and the principle of informed consent 4.5 The fieldwork 4.6 Analysing the data 4.7 A solution to the problem? 4.8 Discussion - Pt. 5 The survey : 5.1 Background to the study 5.2 The preparation and planning 5.3 The staff questionnaire 5.4 Discussion of the findings 5.5 Discussion.