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Kane, Eileen

Doing Your Own Research

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How to convert research into practical plans, organise for action and use the results for academic or business purposes


Taal / Language : English

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Acknowledgments vi
PART I. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
The Book, the People, the Places
3(9)
Who Should Use This Book
4(1)
About the Book
5(2)
About the People and the Places in the Book
7(5)
Social Research: the Big Debate
12(19)
How Do We Know About the World?
14(7)
Is Social Science a Science?
21(2)
Where Does Theory Fit In?
23(8)
PART II. GETTING READY TO DO RESEARCH
What Will You Study?
31(13)
Finding Your Research Idea
32(1)
Clarifying the Goals and Purpose of Your Research
33(2)
Choosing Your Perspective
35(9)
Do You Want to Describe Something?
44(24)
Etic Approach
44(1)
Developing a Rough Research Idea and Refining It
45(1)
Creating a Research Statement or Hypothesis
46(2)
Identifying the Sub-topics for Study
48(5)
Putting the Outline in Perspective
53(4)
Making Decisions About Sources of Information
57(2)
Making Decisions About Information-Gathering Techniques
59(1)
Emic Approach
60(8)
Do You Want to Explain or Predict Something?
68(26)
Cause and Effect Studies
69(2)
Experimental Designs
71(8)
Causation
79(8)
Choosing Your Experimental Design
87(1)
Analytical Survey Designs
88(6)
Who Will be in Your Study?
94(13)
Probability Sampling
95(4)
Non-probability Sampling
99(3)
Sample Size
102(1)
Sampling and Non-sampling Errors
103(4)
PART III. TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES
Choosing your techniques and strategies
107(21)
Your Research Strategies
107(4)
Your Research Techniques
111(9)
Style
120(4)
Working With `Insiders` and Learning From Their Knowledge
124(1)
Ethics
124(4)
Getting Help From the Library and the Internet
128(21)
The Library
130(2)
The Internet
132(17)
Giving a Survey
149(34)
Surveys and Questionnaires
150(4)
Mini Surveys
154(22)
Postal Surveys and Drop-off Surveys
176(3)
Telephone Surveys
179(1)
Special Considerations for Non-Western Cultural Groups
180(1)
Looking Back at Our Interview
180(3)
Using Measures, Scales, and Indices
183(15)
Using Scales and Indices
183(2)
Some Warnings
185(2)
Types of Scales
187(11)
Interviewing People
198(17)
Introduction to Qualitative Techniques
198(1)
Unstructured or Informal Interviewing
199(9)
Cultural Bias
208(7)
Using Case Studies and Participant Observation
215(13)
Case Studies
215(2)
Participant Observation
217(11)
Trying Some Other Qualitative Approaches
228(8)
Story Completion or Sentence Completion Devices
228(1)
Pictures
229(1)
Games
230(1)
Traditional Stories
231(1)
Drawing
231(1)
Role-play and Figures
232(1)
Content Analysis
232(4)
Doing Participatory Research
236(34)
Rapid Rural Appraisal and Participatory Learning and Action
237(2)
Uses of RRA and PLA
239(1)
Comparisons With Conventional Methods
239(1)
Stages in on RRA Project
240(3)
Stages in a PLA Project
243(1)
Analyzing RRA and PLA findings
243(1)
A Sample PLA Project
243(22)
Advantages, Disadvantages, and Dangers of RRA and PLA
265(1)
The Philosophical and Ideological Foundations of RRA and PLA
266(1)
How You Can Use RRA and PRA as Part of a Larger Study
267(1)
PLA Sources and Contacts
267(3)
Organizing Your Qualitative Information
270(17)
Written Notes
270(11)
Tape Recording
281(1)
Video Recording
281(1)
Conclusion
282(5)
PART IV. MAKING SENSE OF YOUR RESULTS
Analyzing Your Qualitative Information
287(24)
Ways to Look at Your Material
288(2)
Stages of Data Analysis
290(18)
Computer Programs for Qualitative Analysis
308(1)
What Next?
308(3)
Quantitative Analysis
311(27)
Univariate Analysis: Frequency Distributions
313(10)
Bivariate Analysis: Association and Correlation
323(10)
Using Descriptive Statistics
333(2)
Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Data
335(3)
Sharing Your Findings
338(16)
Report, Talk, or Workshop?
339(1)
Length
340(1)
Balancing the Emphases in the Report
340(4)
Format
344(5)
Circulating the Study
349(2)
Using the Results
351(3)
Appendix: Grid for Assessing a Problem 354(5)
Index 359
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