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Understand the process of research on a daily basis with THE RESEARCH PROCESS IN HUMAN SERVICES: BEHIND THE SCENES! This human services text includes twenty original research articles that provide you with models for your own work. Each article is accompanied by commentaries from the articles' authors in which they describe how and why they came to do the research, concerns in the design and conduct of the study, their own views about the strengths and limitations of the research, advice about future research in the area, and human subjects' issues, including working with IRBs. Through this presentation, the text documents the lived experience of doing research, including its challenges, as well as its joys.
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Leslie Alexander is a professor at the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College. Her major areas of research include client-worker relationships and ethical issues in implementing research in community-based settings. She has served on a number of editorial boards, is a frequent reviewer for scholarly journals, and has been funded by both NIMH and private foundations.Review:
"If you are a researcher, go out and buy this book! This books validates frustration and struggles that researchers experiencing on a daily basis."
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