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Sociological Research Methods in Context By F. Devine

Sociological Research Methods in Context
by F. Devine

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This book seeks to introduce students to the challenges of 'real life' social research through a detailed consideration of eight recent empirical studies. Designed to complement existing introductory methods texts, it emphasises the importance of context in understanding and interpreting both the practice and 'product' of empirical research.
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Sociological Research Methods in Context by F. Devine

This book seeks to introduce students to the challenges of 'real life' social research through a detailed consideration of eight recent empirical studies. Designed to complement existing introductory methods texts, it emphasises the importance of context in understanding and interpreting both the practice and 'product' of empirical research. The book focuses on research from eight key sub-areas of sociology, making it a useful secondary text for introductory courses on contemporary British society.

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About F. Devine


Dr FIONA DEVINE is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Manchester.

Dr SUE HEATH is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Southampton.

Table of Contents


Introduction.- Education: Mac an Ghaill's The Making of Men.- Family: Finch and Mason's Negotiating Family Responsibilities.- Work: Phizacklea and Wolkowitz's Homeworking Women.- Housing: Saunders' A Nation of Home Owners.- Health: Welling et al's Sexual Behaviour in Britain.- Crime: Hobbs' Doing the Business.- Class: Gregson and Lowe's Servicing the Middle Class.- Politics: Roseneil's Disarming Patriarchy.- Conclusion.

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GOR002804241
Sociological Research Methods in Context by F. Devine
F. Devine
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Macmillan Education UK
1999-06-11
228
0333666321
9780333666326
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