Towards the end, there are three chapters with a qualitative focus, but they are brief. Overall, the text seems accurate. There are some cases when the author gives advice that I don't agree with i.
Even so, most of the information seems to be accurate. The book is relevant. It gives a good overview of the theories and methods, which change little over time. I would suggest a few updates, however. Currently, there is controversy on the over-reliance of the p-value, and it would be useful to include some of this discussion on p. This information needs to be updated, as currently, much of the survey research is done via online platforms.
The chapters are short and very readable. There would be no problem dividing the chapters up for a class, or using a portion of the book.
The text in some of the tables is blurry, especially when enlarging the PDF. Perhaps the print copy is clearer. The text outside of the tables is clear. Overall, this is a good book to have as a reference or an additional text for a class.
For my field, it wouldn't be sufficient to use as a stand-alone text. Although its intended audience is graduate students, it's a bit too basic for Ph. It would be a good text for an intro to research class at the UG or MA level, as a supplemental text.
I would recommend it to Ph. It's great that a resource like this is available for free to students and faculty in a wide variety of disciplines. This book provides an introductory and broad review of some of the key topics in social science research including research theories, research design, data collection, data analysis and research ethics Students from different disciplines in This book provides an introductory and broad review of some of the key topics in social science research including research theories, research design, data collection, data analysis and research ethics Students from different disciplines in social science will find these topics useful in developing their research method skills.
However, the book falls short on the depth of the essential concepts. It would also benefit from offering more practical examples for some of the theories or terminology. A glossary is not found within the text, although the table of content lists the topics covered in each of the modules. The relevancy and longevity of this book are great. It focuses on fundamental research methods as well as incorporates current research approaches. The topics are written in the way that necessary updates will be relatively easy and straightforward to implement.
The text is written in a logical and concise fashion. The text is easy to follow. I did not find any jargon or technical terminology used without explanation. The text is clearly organized into five modules: It also includes a course syllabus, which is nice and useful. I downloaded the PDF version of the textbook and find it easy to read offline. Overall, this is a good textbook that covers a broad range of topics important in research method.
As this textbook is designed as a succinct overview of research design and process, more practical topics are not included in much detail such as how to conduct different statistical analyses using SPSS or SAS, or how to interpret statistical analysis results. I use almost the entire text in an undergraduate Health Science research methods course. I do supplement the text with additional readings on: The content is written in a way that will allow for longevity of use.
I compliment this text with current peer-reviewed journal articles which are relevant to my students' career paths and can be updated more regularly. I have found the book to be clearly written and appropriate for upper-level Health Science undergraduate students. Technical terminology is sufficiently defined. The text is easily divisible into smaller reading sections.
I assign the chapters in an alternative order and students have not had problems with this. I assign the chapters in an alternative order for my undergraduate students. For example, I have students read chapter 1 following by chapter 16 research ethics. Because of the basic nature of the materials presented and clear writing, my upper level undergraduate students have done well with this text. The brevity of the chapters and bolded key terms particularly appeal to the students.
I do have to supplement the text with journal articles and other materials. However, I am pleased with this straight-forward text and will continue to use it as the main text in my course moving forward. The text covers all of the areas of basic research information that I cover when I teach research and research methods in the social sciences.
The table of contents is straight forward, and the chapters are arranged in a fluid, logical order. The nice thing with this text is that you could rearrange as you see fit for your course without an issue. There is also a sample syllabus in the appendix which could be useful when setting up a course. I feel this text is great for students who may not necessarily be interested in research as a job prospect their interests may be more clinical in nature but need the basics of research in a clear, easy to understand, and straight forward format.
This text appears to be up-to-date including issues such as web-based or internet surveys and questionnaires. I did see that the copyright for this text was so not sure if revisions or updates to the original have happened or not.
It seems that there should be a way to document if this is the latest version of the text. This may be useful information for users of this text. This textbook is written in a concise and easy to read and understand manner - it is very user-friendly. This is a plus for students - it means they may actually read the text!
Jargon and acronyms were appropriately defined with an explanation of how the terms originated and came to be utilized in research.
This is appealing to me as an instructor so there is background information for the students. The consistency of this text is uniform throughout. One appealing issue I liked was the use of social science examples when explaining topics like theories or paradigms. In some research texts examples are utilized but they may not necessarily be in the discipline that you are teaching. The chapters are not so overwhelming that other supporting readings cannot be assigned to students as well to assist with explanation of the weekly topic.
The majority of the text is presented in a logical format. One issue I had with the order of the chapters in the text was including Ethics at the end in the Epilogue as if it was an after thought. Ethics, ethical behavior, and rigor are a must in research and should be addressed early on in the research process.
Having said this, I feel the chapter on Ethics should be moved up further in the chapter line-up possibly to chapter 2 or 3. I did not experience any navigation problems. There was however, distortion with many of the images especially the graphics that were utilized throughout the text. If this e-text has not been updated since this may be the issue for the distorted figures.
The errors do not effect the content of the text but when reading it makes you pause and think - what is trying to be said here? It might be useful to the author to have the text proofread or copy edited to resolve these issues. In reviewing this text I did not see any examples that might be deemed offensive or insensitive to other cultures, orientations, ethnicities, etc,.
This text provides a fairly comprehensive coverage of topics. That said, there is not a ton of depth in this textbook. I don't view that as a negative; I prefer having a textbook that gives a basic outline of essential concepts and then fleshing this out with supplemental readings, but some might prefer a textbook that goes into more depth.
Overall, this textbook is accurate but not perfect. Sometimes I wish it was a bit more precise, particularly in coverage of quantitative topics. But I use another textbook to more fully cover quantitative topics anyway for my course.
I would say this textbook reads as modern and relevant, although perhaps it could do more to address emerging methodological concerns in social science disciplines p-hacking, replication, pre-registration of research designs, etc. The textbooks is very accessible and easy to read for someone new to the disciplines of social science.
I've assigned students to read the chapters in a different order than they are presented in the text had have not encountered any problems. Chapters are coherently organized into distinct topics. Overall, this book is easy to read and use. Graphs are not always high-resolution, but they are readable.
I'm delighted to have found this book. It's a great starting point for teaching my students to think about the basics of social science research and provides a nice skeleton on which I can layer more in-depth material for my course.
The biggest challenge faced when writing a book about research methods is the decision about what NOT to include. Instructors and disciplines within the social sciences vary widely in terms of their expectations of students in an introductory Instructors and disciplines within the social sciences vary widely in terms of their expectations of students in an introductory methods course, and thus their needs from a textbook also vary.
This textbook does an excellent job setting the stage for what we mean by "research" in the social sciences. Students will develop a solid foundation in the goals and rationales behind the methods social scientists employ.
Students will also develop a comprehensive vocabulary in social science research methods. However, the book falls short in the development of students' research skills. Learning about methods is important, but not much is gained from that knowledge unless the student also learns how to execute at least some techniques. Furthermore, there is little guidance for the student regarding how to properly write a research paper, something that many instructors will find disappointing.
This book is probably comprehensive enough for a 3-credit methods course with test-based assessments in a program where few students pursue graduate work. But if teaching students to actually conduct and write up research is important to the course, there are much better books out there although at significant cost. The relevance and longevity are strong. This book describes some of the most current methods but still focuses on the foundations of research that will be appropriate for the foreseeable future.
Updates could be easily made every five years or so to keep up with methodology. The writing is very easy to follow with helpful examples. Prose is direct and to the point, giving only the essential information so as to allow the learner to develop a grasp of fundamentals. The section on theory, for example, is refreshingly clear for learners.
Graphics aid in understanding the material in many parts. The textbook is appropriately structured for a standard 15 week course and even recommends a syllabus. Adapting it to other formats, like a 5 or 10 week summer course, might be tricky. There are ample headings and sub-headings, however, that allow the text to be divided into smaller chunks, which is nice to see given how many students feel overwhelmed by this topic. Organization and flow is excellent. From an education and instructional standpoint, I wouldn't change the organization.
The simplicity of design is a strength -- students should have no difficulty opening and viewing the text on a wide variety of devices. On the downside, there are no bells and whistles that many some students have come to expect from online textbooks. The casual writing style makes it very accessible, but one consequence is the very occasional grammar problem.
It's a trade-off, I think, that is worth making. Research methods are pretty "culturally-neutral", so there's nothing in it I would see as insensitive or offensive.
For a textbook intended to keep costs at zero, these are glaring omissions. I could certainly see this book being used as an accessible and low-stress introduction to the world of research methods in the social sciences.
The main improvements I would like to see would be 1 sidebars throughout that guide students through the paper-writing process and 2 activities using datasets for students to actually perform some of their own quantitative analyses. Perhaps a companion volume could address these needs. This book covers all the important topics in social science research and is approachable regardless of discipline and course level high school, undergraduate, graduate, and even post-graduate.
It provides an introduction to philosophy as well as It provides an introduction to philosophy as well as components of research. You'll find yourself returning to the basics, and it gives strong foundations. Specifically, I find that the book provides a very comprehensive introduction to research philosophy and research designs, particularly in addressing how to come up with research questions, which is often a challenge for new doctoral students.
However, due to the succinct nature of the book, some sections seemed lacking. Particularly, in the more practical steps of the research process the data collection and data analysis sections. The content of the book is up-to-date. The text included relevant descriptions of current software commonly used in research. If you want to have a compressed body of knowledge of social science research, you may read this one.
The text consistently matches the book outline. Terms were used consistently throughout the text. Each chapter can stand along as a separate lecture. The headings, subheadings, an bold items are great additions that highlight important topics or definitions. Most of the text flows in a logical, clear fashion. However, it may be clearer to have quantitative data analysis methods immediately follow quantitative data collection methods, and similarly for the qualitative data collection and analysis.
The author states that the text is not designed to go in-depth into the subject matter but rather give a basic understanding of the material. I believe the author covers the necessary topics with enough depth to give the reader a basic I believe the author covers the necessary topics with enough depth to give the reader a basic understanding of social science research.
This text will continue to be relevant because of the nature of the subject matter. Updates may be needed to reflect more current research or trends, but no major changes should be necessary.
The text is written clearly and succinctly. The text is understandable for those who are new to the subject matter. The text is divided into logical chapters, and subheadings seem to be appropriate. Chapters can be read fairly easily in isolation without putting the reader at a disadvantage.
The topics are presented in a logical fashion. Some of the chapters have summaries or conclusions, while other chapters seem to end abruptly. It would be helpful to the reader to have a summary statement at the end of each chapter. The text contains some grammatical errors but the errors are minor and do not distract the reader. This text is well written and I would recommend it to an individual looking for a bare bones book on basic research methods.
It contains information essential to understanding quantitative and qualitative research. The charts and images provided enhance the understanding of the text. At times, the author digs a little deeper into background and formulas for certain statistical ideas, which may be unnecessary to someone looking to understand the basics e.
Some chapters seem to end abruptly while other chapters have excellent summaries or conclusions. There is one recommendation that goes against the prevailing wisdom on survey design.
On page 77, the author indicates that a survey should begin with non-threatening questions such as demographic information. Many experts have written that these types of questions, when asked at the beginning of a questionnaire or survey, can affect the respondents' answers to subsequent questions and should be saved for the end.
Aside from these minor issues, this text is a great resource and I recommend it. The textbook covers the majority of what would be expected for a research methods course. It builds upon basic topics to more advanced concepts, so students from various backgrounds of research experience should still find the text useful.
The glossary for the text is clear and a sample syllabus is provided by the author for individuals wishing to use this text for their course. The text was lacking an index, which would prove helpful for students. The text is accurate and up-to-date with research methods in the social sciences. A variety of data collection methods and concepts are discussed in an easy to understand manor. The content is up-to-date with research methods in the social sciences.
The text should be able to prove useful for a research methods or as supplementary material for a statistics course for the foreseeable future. While I looked through this text with a focus on using it for a psychology course, I feel that this text would be useful across other fields as well.
The book was clear and built upon concepts in a thorough manner. Technical terms were well defined, though as mentioned previously, an index would be helpful for this text for students to look up key terms if they became lost.
The text would be useful for an upper-level undergraduate or introductory graduate level course. The text is consistent throughout. There were no notable deficiencies in any of the content provided in each chapter.
The course is broken down into logical subsections and chapters. Introductory topics relating to research methods are provided early and are built upon in subsequent chapters. A sample syllabus and course outline are provided for instructors who wish to utilize the text for their class. The PDF version of the text worked wonderfully on a laptop, with no issues of navigation or distortion of images. This text was not, however, viewed on a tablet or e-reader, which many students use for classes.
There were no notable instances of cultural insensitivity throughout the text. Examples were broad and not specific to an individual race or culture. This is a wonderful open source option for a main text for a research methods course or as a supplementary option for a statistics course that also focuses on data collection. The text offers an introductory overview to scientific research for PhD and graduate students in social sciences. It covers a broad range of topics, research theories, research process, research design, data collection methods, qualitative and It covers a broad range of topics, research theories, research process, research design, data collection methods, qualitative and quantitative research, statistical analysis, and research ethics.
This book touches on many important topics related to the scientific research process that is typically found in several different text. As the author stated in the preface, this is an introductory book that is minimalist by design, it does not contain in-depth discussions or many examples.
This is both a plus and a minus, as it makes the book more compact and allow it to be used by many different disciplines, but may be harder for students to relate. The comprehensive nature of the book allows the reader to be exposed to all the necessary topics, or provides a structure for a course instructor, who then supplements with additional materials to create the depth that is specifically tailored for their discipline.
Particularly, in the more practical steps of the research process the data collection and data analysis sections , as a new doctoral student will certainly need more details than what is provided in the text to begin their first research endeavor.
For example, in the quantitative analysis section, only a handful of basic analysis were discussed in detail univariate analysis, hypothesis testing, t-test, regression. I would like to see a more practical discussion of ANOVA, as it is a very commonly used statistical analysis tool. These topics may also be more discipline specific, where instructors of research classes can supplement with additional materials. The discussion on research ethics is certainly a nice addition to the book where many other research methods texts lack.
The book is overall accurate and unbiased. The book covered different social science research methods fairly. I did notice a discrepancy in Figure 5. The text included relevant descriptions of current softwares commonly used in research. It will also stand against the test of time as research methods do not change drastically.
The content can also be updated to reflect new technological updates. One needed update noticed is on page , where the authors cautioned that only smaller datasets can be stored in Excel and larger datasets needs a more elaborate database system. While the statement is still relevant, the numbers the author cited appear to be old and Excel has since been updated to handle larger datasets 1,, observations and 16, items than what the author had listed.
The content is written in a very clear and concise manner. I did not notice any jargon or technical term that was used without explanation.
The book has a modular organization, with each chapter designed to be used for a different lecture. Each chapter is a self contained unit that can be used as its own reading. Each chapter also has subsections that are clearly marked with subheadings. Important terms are also highlighted by bolding, making it easy for the reader to identify the important concepts. The chapters of the book flows logically from one to the next. The current layout of the text groups all the data collection methods together and all the data analysis methods together.
It may be clearer to have quantitative data analysis methods immediately follow quantitative data collection methods, and similarly for the qualitative data collection and analysis. This could be easily done based on the course instructor preference. The text is easy to read and covers a broad and comprehensive range of topics important for research.
I particularly enjoyed the discussion on research ethics which is often missing in many research methods texts. I would recommend discussing that topic earlier, together with research design, as many of these ethical issues and IRB requirements come up during research design phase.
As the text is a meant to be a concise overview of the research process, the more practical topics are not covered in as much detail and would require supplementary material.
The textbook adequately covers most fundamental concepts related to research methods in the social sciences. Areas that would need attention: More social science based examples on specific research designs, experimental research would be great.
The research process could include steps involved in academic research with information on the publishing and peer review process. Content is accurate for the most part. While the content covered is detailed, a more critical introduction of the concepts as being situated in the obtained scores as opposed to the instrument itself would have made the chapter stronger. Content is for the most part up to date see above comments for specific areas: The writing is excellent in terms of clarity.
I appreciate the use of straight forward language to explain the multitude of concepts! The text is consistent in its overall approach to research methods as well as consistent in its use of terminology. Bold font for key terms is appreciated. Addition of research studies and discussion questions would be great.
The chapters are well-organized. Only suggestion would be to introduce research ethics early on in the book. The text is best suited for universities in western countries although I did not identify any insensitivity that would hinder teaching and learning of research methods using this textbook elsewhere.
Specific chapters in this book will be useful for me, from an instructor's perspective. For example, Chapter 2 - 'thinking like a researcher' is wonderfully written. The chapter on Interpretive Research and Qual. Data Analysis are thorough and clear in presentation of concepts- I definitely would use these chapters in my Research Methods class.
Generally the major topics are covered. The table of contents chapter listing makes it easy to find content. Occasionally I found what I thought was a topic covered only minimally in a chapter - but then found additional information in a later Occasionally I found what I thought was a topic covered only minimally in a chapter - but then found additional information in a later chapter e.
Overall I'd say in comparison to most other texts with which I am familiar that most all topics are covered, to some degree, but some topics are covered less than I would expect in a doctoral level textbook. I found no errors in fact in the textbook. I found it to be written in an accurate and unbiased manner. Primarily due to the topic covered research methods , I do not believe the text will become obsolete in a short period of time.
I think updates could be easily added, and if the author decided to cover some topics more thoroughly, that could be accomplished relatively easily, too. The book is written in an easy to read style. It is easy to understand. Technical terminology is explained appropriately.
The author puts many words in bold type and then defines or describes the word. Students will like this approach. I had no issues as I reviewed the book in terms of consistency of terms used. The text is internally consistent. The chapters of the book are separated by natural divisions. It would be easy to use this book in a course on research methods, in fact, there is a syllabus included at the end of the book that could be used by a faculty member when course creating.
The textbook topics are presented in a logical fashion. The ordering isn't necessarily the same order I have seen in other texts, but the order is reasonable. I had no major interface problems as I reviewed the book. Some of the diagrams in the book are a little out of focus, but, they are still readable. I found no cultural insensitivity in the text. I noticed the examples cited were from articles written by authors from different countries. The book is easy to read and fairly comprehensive in terms of topics covered.
I am most accustomed to finding discussion of theories in separate texts and presentation of statistics that might be used to analyze quantitative data in separate texts. There are even a couple of chapters on qualitative methods in this book. So, the book covers a wide variety of topics and introduces them in a clear way.
Topics are not covered in as comprehensive way as in many texts. This text offers a comprehensive overview of social science research methods appropriate for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
The text covers the basic concepts in theory, research design and analysis that one would expect of a text The text covers the basic concepts in theory, research design and analysis that one would expect of a text geared toward the social sciences in general. While the text covers a broad array of topics, it is a bit superficial and lacks depth in some areas.
More examples and case studies, for example, could improve the text's thoroughness. The text also lacks an index, glossary and discussion questions, all of which would have been quite useful for a text of this nature. I do like that it includes a chapter on research ethics and an appendix with a sample syllabus, however. Based on my review, the text's content is accurate, error-free and unbiased. I liked that it presented both qualitative and quantitative research methods fairly, as this divide is often a source of bias.
The text contains up-to-date approaches to research methods and presents classic theoretical debates. The methods presented should not become obsolete in the near future. Any new trends in research methodology could be easily updated in future versions of this text. I feel the text will be relevant and useful for multiple years.
The text is generally well written. It presents the information in a clear and concise way. I find it provides sufficient contextualization and examples for graduate students with some background already in research methods.
Undergraduates will likely require supplemental materials and additional case studies to grasp some of the concepts covered. The illustrations do help guide understanding of concepts presented. The terminology and research methods frameworks presented in the text are consistent. The use of bolded terms and illustrations throughout the text provide additional consistency. The division of the text into the following sections: This format also enables instructors to easily supplement with other materials.
Overall, this is a well-organized text. The text is divided into 16 chapters, which corresponds seamlessly with a week semester. This enables instructors to cover one chapter per week, if they so desire, or optionally spend more time on chapters relevant to their course and exclude others. As mentioned earlier, the logical division of the text chapters into the areas of theory, research design, data collection and data analysis, lends to a soundly-structured course and facilitates the assignment of readings and other coursework.
The text is in PDF format. As acknowledged by the author in the preface, this is intended as a survey book that doesn't cover all topics in great detail. The upside is that this is a flexible text that can be used in many disciplines; the down side is that the text is short The upside is that this is a flexible text that can be used in many disciplines; the down side is that the text is short on examples, which reduces readability.
I also prefer a textbook that provides a more detailed discussion of the following issues, but could supplement the textbook with these discussion in class: Also, the 'research process' section doesn't include a step for going through IRB review and approval, so overlooks an important step in social science research. I think more detail is provided about paradigms and theories than is necessary, but those chapters and sections could be left out of course reading assignments quite easily.
In general, I think this textbook would be best suited to a course where the textbook is seen as an overview to supplement course discussions rather than a detailed coverage of research methods principles. As far as I can tell, the book is accurate. Research methods and statistics content are unlikely to change rapidly, although with the increasing use of ecological momentary assessments, daily diaries, and internet sampling techniques, it might be useful down the road to include more detail about those techniques.
The book is easy to read and follow, although the lack of examples to clarify concepts sometimes reduces the clarity of ideas but is in keeping with the philosophy of the book. It would be very easy to divide this into smaller reading sections and assign at different time points. In general the organization makes sense; the only exception is having research ethics as an epilogue, when ethical issues need to be considered before a study is completed.
My two suggestions for increasing are a hyperlinking the table of contents so that it was easier to find exactly what you want in the textbook, and b providing a more detailed table of contents with subheadings so it's easier to determine where in chapters you should reference. I think this book is very well-suited for intro graduate level courses in research methods, as long as instructors are comfortable with this as an overview supplement rather than a detailed stand alone resource for students.
This is a comprehensive overview of research design and research methods in the social sciences. The book's introductory sections offer a discussion of the philosophy of science, the history of science, and definitions of some key terms and The book's introductory sections offer a discussion of the philosophy of science, the history of science, and definitions of some key terms and concepts, which will help students to contextualize their own endeavors - and their own discipline s - inside a larger framework.
It also tackles the more familiar topics of research design - conceptualization, measurement, sampling, and so forth - and several specific approaches to data-collection. Overall, then, the book is to be commended for tackling both the philosophical issues at stake in research design as well as the 'nuts and bolts' or 'brass tacks' of actually doing research.
One of the book's touted selling-points is its focus on phases of research that precede data collection. That is, the book aims to train students not only in research methods, but also in the critical tasks of theorizing problems, generating research questions, and designing scientific inquiries - what the author refers to as 'thinking like a researcher.
Because of its breadth, however, parts of the book can sometimes seem thin and underdeveloped. In particular, the chapters on data collection specific research methods are less detailed and comprehensive than other books manage to provide. It is hard to give a detailed 'how to' guide to either survey research, experiments, case studies, or interpretive methods in just 10 pages. As a result, instructors will almost certainly want to supplement this book with more detailed material, perhaps tailored to their specific discipline.
Even so, this book is an excellent backbone for an undergraduate or graduate class on research methods. It will have to be read in conjunction with discipline-specific guides to conducting research and, most likely, alongside examples of good and bad research , but this does nothing to detract from the book's own value: This book is accurate, error-free, and as unbiased as it is possible to be in the social sciences.
Of course, it is possible to imagine those who simply hold different views about what social science "is" or should be; some scholars might bristle at the notion that only knowledge produced according to the narrow strictures of the scientific method can be considered "scientific knowledge," for example, while others might balk at interpretivism being given parity of esteem with what they see as more rigorous methodological practices.
But for the broad mainstream of the social sciences, there will be little in this book that stands out as unusual, controversial, or one-sided. On the whole, the content of this book will remain relevant for a long time. After all, the basics of the scientific method and the fundamentals of research design seem unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. New and cutting-edge strategies of data collection and theory-testing do emerge, of course, but these are probably best delivered to students in the form of discipline-specific books or articles that could be assigned to complement this textbook, which deals more with foundations than it does with current debates.
The book is organized well and information is presented in a clear way. The prose is accessible and each chapter proceeds methodically. This text is certainly consistent, and proceeds according to a methodical and logical structure.
Key terms and concepts are introduced early on, and there are no 'surprises' in later chapters. This book is organized into chapters, each of which could be used as the keystone reading for a given class session, and each chapter is broken down in easy-to-digest sections, making the book as accessible as possible. The fact that there are 16 chapters mean that the book could support 16 separate class sessions - that is, just enough to orient classroom discussion for an entire semester.
That said, each module does not comprise sufficient material for a whole week; the chapters will need to be supplemented with extra reading material, especially in graduate seminars. It is unlikely that instructors will want to assign only part of a given chapter.
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