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Understanding Research: a Consumer's Guideis the first text that places its focus squarely on the needs of the research consumer. This exciting new text helps develop in readers the skills, knowledge and strategies needed to read and interpret research reports and to evaluate thequalityof such reports. Users rave about the easy to use and easy to understand format that makes this text perfect for anyone.
Table of Contents
|An Introduction to Research|
|The Process of Research: Learning How Research Is Done|
|The Quantitative Parent Involvement Study|
|The Qualitative Parent Role Study|
|Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Research|
|Understanding the Introductions to Research Reports|
|The Research Problem: Identifying Why a Study Is Important|
|The Qualitative New Teacher Study|
|The Literature Review: Examining the Background for a Study|
|The Purpose: Identifying the Intent of a Study|
|The Quantitative Goal Orientation Study|
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