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Margaret M. WrightThe publication of this handbook is A GIFT TO SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS AND THEIR INSTRUCTORS. The book is so CLEAR, COMPREHENSIVE, AND WELL-WRITTEN that it will appeal to students attempting to cope with 'research anxiety' and to instructors trying to de-escalate that anxiety. It ADDRESSES THE ISSUES OF CONCERN TO STUDENTS UP FRONT AND WITH ENGAGING CLARITY USING RELEVANT, PRACTICAL EXAMPLES. Dr. Steinberg demystifies the practice of research and encourages students to see research as a collaborative, curiosity-driven process. The book moves logically through question formulation, research design, and research methodologies in a simple but not simplistic fashion that engages the reader and conveys all of the necessary information.
—MSW, DASW, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work and Family Studies, University of British Columbia