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Published October, 2017
By Carl F. Siebert and Darcy Clay Siebert
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
Series: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods
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Written in everyday language for non-statisticians, this book provides all the information needed to successfully conduct nonparametric analyses. This ideal reference book provides step-by-step instructions to lead the reader through each analysis, screenshots of the software and output, and case scenarios to illustrate of all the analytic techniques.

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Conventional textbooks present PAR from a distanced perspective and with assumption that beginners will gain practical PAR knowledge on their own. This book provides real world examples-first-hand accounts by the researchers who designed and implemented these PAR innovations. Shared recommendations and lessons learned provided in the final chapter are a unique contribution to students and early career researchers.

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Published September, 2008
By Elizabeth Ann Danto
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
Series: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods
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Historiography is the method of doing historical research, a potentially powerful tool in a social work historian or qualitative researcher's arsenal. This addition to the Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods guides doctoral students and researchers in the construction of a historical study, from problem formulation to instrument construction to data collection and analysis.

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Highlighting the concepts necessary to understand, critique, and conduct research synthesis, this brief and highly readable introduction is a terrific resource for students and researchers alike.

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Published March, 2008
By Bruce Thyer
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
Series: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods
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Drawing on nearly 20 years of experience editing a social work research journal, Bruce A. Thyer explains the journal publishing process, unraveling the mysteries that students - as well as many established researchers - might otherwise stumble over. Thyer's frank advice on selecting an appropriate journal, handling rejections and revisions, understanding confusing concepts like impact factors and electronic publishing, and avoiding common methodological and formatting pitfalls, constitute a goldmine for the fledging researcher-writer.

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