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This book helps readers become better writers of psychology and better writers in general. After reading thousands of course papers, theses, and dissertations, Dr. Miller knows and addresses the issues that students find most challenging when writing about psychology. Written with the utmost flexibility in mind, the chapters can be read in any order. More comprehensive than similar texts, this bookprovides detailed coverage of how to write empirical reports, research proposals, and literature reviews, and how to read meta-analyses.
Developing Effective Research Proposals by Keith F. Punch
Call Number: H62.P92 2006 Downtown Campus Library
Publication Date: 2006-10-27
Successful research requires effective and thorough preparation. Dealing with both qualitative and quantitative approaches to empirical research across the social sciences, this edition comprehensively covers the topics and concerns relevant to the subject and is organized around three central themes: What is a research proposal, who reads proposals and why?