Table of contents for Key concepts in social research / Geoff Payne and Judy Payne.


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Action Research
Association and Causation
Attitude Scales
Auto//Biography and Life Histories
Bias
Case Study
Coding Qualitative Data
Community Profiles
Community Studies
Content Analysis
Contingency Tables
Documentary Methods
Ethical Practice
Ethnography
Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis
Evaluation Studies
Experiments
Feminist Research
Fieldwork
Grounded Theory
Group Discussions//Focus Groups
Hawthorne Effect
Hypothesis
Indicators and Operationalisations
Internet and Other Searches
Internet Polling
Interviewing
Key Informants
Levels of Measurement
Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Studies
Methods and Methodologies
Objectivity
Observation
Official Statistics
Participant Observation
Positivism and Realism
Qualitative Methods
Quantitative Methods
Questionnaires
Reflexivity
Reliability
Sampling
Estimates and Size
Sampling
Questions of Size
Sampling
Types
Secondary Analysis
Social Surveys
Telephone and Computer-Assisted Polling
Unobstrusive Methods and Triangulation
Validity
Visual Methods



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social sciences -- Research.