This is a practical, student focused text that gets students through a research project using a step by step approach. Containing a balance of theory and practice materials, the text has plenty of learning support and activity features, as well as short case study materials focused on how and why researchers have conducted investigations in the past. This book meets the needs of students of Health and Social Care, Sociology, Social Policy, and Psychology, and those doing a research project for the first time as part of an HND or similar course.
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Mark Walsh is an experienced author of GNVQ textbooks and lead author Social Policy and Welfare. He is also a lecturer in Health, Care and Sociology and a senior mental health nurse.
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Book Description Nelson Thornes, 2001. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Undertaking a research project in the social sciences can be a daunting prospect for many students. Research Made Real is a practical guide to help student understand the basic principles behind the research process and offers advice on how to get started, how to keep going and how to pull it all together! Research Made Real: ¿ Uses a step-by-step approach to ensure students feel confident about their project from start to finish ¿ Contains a good balance of underpinning theory and practical guidance, support and ideas ¿ Includes essential pointers and case studies. Research Made Real is an accessible and easy-to-use text, ideal for those preparing a small-scale research project. This book will prove invaluable for students studying on social science and health and social care courses. Bookseller Inventory # 000202
Book Description Nelson Thornes Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110748758410