"Doing a Successful Research Project" is a realistic, unceasingly user-friendly guide on how to conduct a research project that talks at the student's level; akin to having a tutor permanently at one's side. It offers an accessible, even-handed introduction to carrying out research methods for undergraduate and postgraduate students conducting a research project for the first time. The research process - from planning, through design and implementation, to completion - is described simply and succinctly, with the emphasis throughout on good planning. The book provides students with the self-discipline and the confidence to carry out their own research project, as well as enabling them to assess for themselves the advantages and disadvantages of the differing strategies available.
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(216mm x 139mm x 17mm)
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Author Biography - Martin Brett Davies
Martin Davies has extensive social science research expertise. His published work has covered health, education, criminology and social work and he has held research posts in the Home Office, the Universities of Manchester and East Anglia and the National Health Service. He has supervised the research dissertations of more than 750 graduate and undergraduate students.