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Research Methods in Social Work (edition 2002)

by David Royse

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This book shows students the connection between research and practice. It explains how research informs practice and how practice affects research and how the two together allow the worker to affect clients' lives and advance the profession. The book provides basic concepts of the research process and shows students how to understand their findings. The book introduces readers to the basic concepts of the research process: using questionnaires; different methods for collecting, preparing and analyzing data; program evaluation; and writing proposals and research reports.… (more)
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Title:Research Methods in Social Work
Authors:David Royse
Info:Brooks Cole (2002), Paperback, 380 pages
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This book shows students the connection between research and practice. It explains how research informs practice and how practice affects research and how the two together allow the worker to affect clients' lives and advance the profession. The book provides basic concepts of the research process and shows students how to understand their findings. The book introduces readers to the basic concepts of the research process: using questionnaires; different methods for collecting, preparing and analyzing data; program evaluation; and writing proposals and research reports.

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