Research Methods: Teacher'S Guide

Michael Haralambos

Anno: 2012
Rilegatura: Paperback
Pagine: 46 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 297 x 210 mm
Peso: 180 gr.
  • EAN: 9780007482832
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The Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. The Guide also includes background information on the topics- quotes from author/s of the research, further material on the methods used in the study and general information on the research findings. Sociology in Pictures: Research Methods is a fresh and exciting publication based on styles from graphic novels and comics. The Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. These can be used for individual work, group work or class discussions, for homework or for self study. The Guide also includes background information on the topics- quotes from author/s of the research, further material on the methods used in the study and general information on the research findings. Contents 1. Participant observation 2. Gaining entry 3. Acting normally 4. Street corner society 5. Observations in context 6. Ethnography 7. Types of interviews 8. Interview effects 9. Social desirability effects 10. Interviews with context 11. Questionnaires 12. Answering questions 13. Sampling methods 14. Response rates 15. Types of data 16. Experiments 17. Correlation 18. Testing hypotheses 19. Multiple causes 20. Case studies 21. Longitudinal studies 22. Official statistics 23. Statistics are important 24. Documents 25. Exchanging notes 26. Reliability and validity 27. Social facts 28. Social construction 29. Positivism and interpretivism 30. Starting out 31. Choosing a topic 32. Mixed methods 33. Triangulation 34. Research ethics 35. References