Doing Social Research:: A Global Context
With its focus on critical thinking and applied learning, Doing Social Research provides a unique approach to conducting social research. The book is organised according to the broad chronology of developing and conducting a typical student research project and provides coverage of key theories alongside exercises, case studies and scenarios. Written specifically for students in South Africa and the developing world and drawing on examples from a range of fields in the social sciences, the book brings research methods to life. Contributors: Anja Botha, Bagele Chilisa, Rebecca K. Frels, Mark Garner, Laurel Holland, Barbara B. Kawulich, Sumaya Laher, Melody Mentz, Craig A. Mertler, Jan Nieuwenhuis, Tamra Ogletree, Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Charles Potter, Anne Ryen, Adilia S.F. Silva, Brigitte Smit and Claire Wagner.