The Researcher's Bible provides a short introduction to the major concepts and approaches used in the social sciences, especially in sociology, anthropology, leisure, recreation, and tourism. It is an ideal supplement to a more detailed text on research methods and a guide to choose which research methods to use in a study. It also provides an explanation of different options for company owners and managers of organizations, who might want to do research or hire a research company to conduct a study for them. The chapters cover these topics:
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Interesting, comprehensive, explanatory
Kerri Parr brings more than narration, she offers an experience. With perfect pace and articulation, her smooth voice invites you to sit back and listen, take it all in and learn.
I listened to this book in one sitting. I did take advantage of rewinding at times in order to take notes and write down particular methods. It is very easy to go back and forth throughout the chapters.
I appreciated the way Gini Graham Scott offered a prodigious amount of information, including methods of research, models and approaches. She includes a great deal of examples that really help one understand each subject.
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