A Student's Guide to Methodology
- Peter Clough - University of Brighton, UK
- Cathy Nutbrown - University of Sheffield, UK
New to this edition are the following:
- new boxes and guidance on research ethics in every chapter
- more international examples and perspectives
- up to date coverage of online research methods
- more examples from real students
- a new companion website, featuring Powerpoint slides for lecturers
The authors take an applied approach and every chapter contains a variety of practical examples from real research. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own practice at every step, meaning that the book remains extremely relevant throughout. It will be invaluable for all students who are doing a dissertation or taking a research methods module in education, the social sciences, business and health.
The book is very useful to help student to develop their research design.
Updates key information from previous edition. Easy to read for undergrads with good contextualised examples.
Great text which is not too daunting for undergraduate students
Thank you very much for this book. I am using it as one of two research books for my course. Very clear and easy to understand book. Highly recommended.
An excent reference guide for any student studying for the first time research methodology
Recommended for any undergraduate student embarking on research for the first time. A great refresher for tutors delivering research methods as part of a programme of study
A useful, accessible text which part time students find useful.
Very good book which will be an excellent resource. Clearly set out and easy to read.
This text supplements the Clough and Nutbrown text previously adopted.
It provides clear explanations making it accessible to health care practitioners new to the field of research.
A very good textbook for beginner student researchers on the MA and PhD programmes in education. Most projects involve qualitative research in the classroom. Clear and well set out and students enjoy it.