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The citation has been posted repeatedly.
Social Research Methods by Alan Bryman
Do you have a source on that? Where is this from?
e: Seems to be from https://www.amazon.co.uk/Social-Research-Methods-Alan-Bryman/dp/0199588058
It won't be long before we're all living in Lean-To's at this rate.
SPEZ: This is being taught in High School and University
SOURCE: Social Research Methods by Alan Bryman
This is the textbook if anyone was interested https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0199588058/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_asp_joyED.063DVJW
I have read a LOT of methods texts. I think that if you need a simple intro then you can't go wrong with Alan Bryman's Social Science Research: http://www.amazon.com/Social-Research-Methods-Alan-Bryman/dp/0199588058/ref=lp_B001ITTVK2_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1335069341&amp;sr=1-1
It really covers all of the basics in a clear and concise way that is accessible but detailed enough to be of use to researchers and postgrads as well.
I would recommend that you all read a set chapter each week/meeting and then discuss it when you meet. That makes you more of a facilitator and takes some of the pressure off as well as getting people to engage with the material more.
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As a PS, this is what i mean when those experts are quacks. For example, here is a highly recommended textbook used in the social sciences. It's by Alan Bryman, who is, per the book review (4.6 out of 5 stars) " to Research Methods as Paganini to the violin". It contains a section "Feminism and qualitative research", which harbors such gems as:
Supposedly from this book, but I can't verify:
It's this book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Social-Research-Methods-Alan-Bryman/dp/0199588058