Sage Research Methods Core (M)
- Access Sage Research Methods Core
- Brief description Resources focussed on research methodology across a wide range of subject disciplines
- Resource type Electronic books and more
- Accessibility Statement
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SAGE Research Methods is a research methods resource created to help researchers, faculty and students with their research projects. Researchers can explore methods concepts to help them design research projects, understand particular methods or identify a new method, conduct their research, and write up their findings.
Here are the modules that the University has paid a subscription for (modules that we do not subscribe to are padlocked):
|Books||Here you will find comprehensive texts on subjects ranging from quantitative data analysis, to accounts of undertaking dangerous fieldwork.|
|Reference||Reference works provide dictionary definitions and encyclopedia entries on research topics, including umbrella terms such as qualitative research methods, and specific lines of inquiry such as action research. Dictionary definitions are a useful first step into understanding potentially complex research terms.|
|Little Green Books||Little Green Books provide guidance and teaching for quantitative research methods|
|Little Blue Books||Little Blue Books provide guidance and teaching for qualitative research methods|
|Project Planner||This tool is designed to guide you through your research project.|
|Podcasts||Podcasts present in-depth discussions which explore stories from the field, the challenges of social science research, and how we can understand the social world. Download the podcasts to listen on the go, or read along with podcast transcripts.|
|Foundations||The perfect companion for novice researchers and provides bite-size, introductory overviews to all the major methods topics to help get you on your way.|