What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Scientific Method Applied to Social Reality
Problem Conception and Background Information
Variables and Hypothesis Formulation
10 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
absenteeism adequate analysis answers aspects assess attitudes behaviour bias biases Chapter characteristics codebook coding comparison concepts constitute construct validity content validity correlational data collection dependent determine empirical errors evaluation example existence experimental explanation explanatory research factors facts formulation generalisation given hypothesis identified important independent variable indicate influence instance instrument internal validity interviewer investigation issues Judgemental Sampling knowledge literature review maize malnutrition measure Moreover object observation operational definitions organisations participant observation participants particular person population possible predict present procedure programme properties questionnaire random sampling relationship relevant reliability representative research design research problem research project research-funding respondents sample statistics sampling errors scale scientific scientific method selected simple random sampling social reality social science social scientists sources specific Statistics stratified sampling systematic techniques theory types of research values women workers