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Beginning Quantitative Research
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Beginning Quantitative Research

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March 2022 | 200 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This concise text provides a clear and digestible introduction to completing quantitative research. Taking you step-by-step through the process of completing your quantitative research project, it offers guidance on:

·       Formulating your research question

·       Completing literature reviews and meta-analysis

·       Formulating a research design and specifying your target population and data source

·       Choosing an appropriate method and analysing your findings

Part of The SAGE Quantitative Research Kit, this book will give you the know-how and confidence needed to succeed on your quantitative research journey.

 
A General Introduction To This Kit.
 
Starting With The Basics: From Research Problem To Variables
 
Literature Reviews and Meta-Analyses
 
Research Design and Research Resources
 
Sampling
 
Creating Data: An Introduction To Surveys And Questionnaires
 
Secondary Analysis and Data Manipulation
 
The Social Context Of Quantitative Research
 
Conclusion and Future Directions

I had resistance in adopting an english textbook; price a little high for students

Professor Patrizio Monfardini
Department of Business and Economic Science, University of Cagliari
March 30, 2023

I was unable to access this inspection copy and can therefore not make any comment on it

Dr Anne Elliott
London Sport Institute, Middlesex University
December 15, 2022

Suggested that our library purchase this book. Great resource.

Miss Janet De-Havillan
Business Law, Oldham College
April 27, 2023

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