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A great book for students that covers all the essential steps and methodological approaches for successfully conducting a research project. The material is highly accessible, contemporary and addresses the major challenges, concerns and questions that students face when undertaking research.
Zina O’Leary’s guide is hands-down favourite with the research students. She answers questions you don’t feel able to ask your supervisor, they say. Myself, I like the solid academic and experiential grounding of her content, her enthusiasm and accessible style.
This is an excellent text for undergraduate students completing their research dissertation or proposal. It is easy to follow, clearly laid out with very useful text boxes and chapter summaries. I particularly like the 'I have a question section' which answers some of the questions that may be difficult to ask.
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This book is an essential read for all students who are engaging in a research project. Clear, informative with excellent examples and pointers to assist the student, the book is essential for a student and is a 'must buy' reference book for an undergraduate student.
Very eye catching front page - very easy to read. I recommend it to all my students who struggle to understand research.
Very useful for any student starting a research project.
This is a good book that complements more directed texts. There is plenty useful tips to guide students in research and dissertation modules.
This is a very good book both undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking a dissertation. A good use of concept maps, diagrams, tables and figures which are well integrated into each book chapter.
A clear and informative textbook which provides detailed support for those students embarking on research. In particular the section on secondary data will be of use to those who are pursuing desk-based research.