Original, fresh, and relevant this is a theoretically-informed practical guide to researching social relations. The text provides a mixed methods approach that challenges historical divisions between quantitative and qualitative research. It adopts a multidisciplinary approach to social science research, drawing from areas such as sociology, social psychology, and social anthropology. Explicitly addressing the concerns of emergent researchers it provides both a 'how to' account of social research and an understanding of the main factors that contextualize research by discussing 'why do' social scientists work this way.
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About the Author
Cate Curtis teaches social psychology. Her research interests include the construction and conceptualization of “risk” and “resilience,” particularly as they pertain to young women, and social factors implicated in “anti-social behavior.”