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Mastering Research: A Guide to the Methods of Social and Behavioral…

by Sheying Chen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830415319, Paperback)

Based on the belief that research can and should be master by students at various levels, this text offer a generalized approach to research that helps build basic and advanced skills.

In order to accomplish his goal of avoiding "research phobia," Professor Chen organizes behavioral and social acience research methods in a manner relevant to students and explains these methods in plain language. Popular techniques such as structural equation modeling are challenged, and alternatives in order to provide more systematic methods of research and analysis of qualitative data are offered. This text also allows instructors the freedom to enrich the course with their favorite topics and supplement the text with other materials.

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