Doing Dissertations in Politics By David M. Silbergh
Doing Dissertations in Politics
by David M. Silbergh
This guide, written in an accessible and engaging style has been designed to help undergraduates develop an understanding of practical research methods, and their application in the undergraduate dissertation.
1. The Undergraduate Dissertation and the Role of Research 2. Research Design for the Undergraduate Dissertation: Principles and Practice 3. Defining the Problem: The Research Proposal for the Undergraduate Dissertation 4. Refining the Problem: Literature Search and Review 5. Quantitative Research and the Empirical Dissertation 6 . Qualitative Research and the Empirical Dissertation 7. Making Sense of it All: Critical Thought and Data Analysis 8. Making Sense: Drafting, Completing and Submitting the Dissertation
Doing Dissertations in Politics: A Student Guide by David M. Silbergh
David M. Silbergh
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