This book was written to introduce the college senior or graduate student to modern scientific inquiry in the social sciences and education. No prior knowledge of research is necessary for an understanding of the material. The work can be used as a text for a first course in research or a reference for the more general aspects of the research endeavor. Contents: Concepts and Principles of Modern Research; Statistics in Research; The Research Process: Overview; The Research Process for the Construct Descriptive Focus; The Research Process for the Assignment Focus; The Research Process for the Causal Focus; Program Evaluation and Review Technique; Appendix: The Validity of Manipulative Methods of Data Generation; Index.
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