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Research Methods Guide: Library Resources

A guide to research methods

Online Resources

Kerlin, B. A. (2003). Qualitative Research.
This site covers many issues in qualitative inquiry as well as providing a bibliography and links to journals and software resources.

Nova Southeastern University, The Qualitative Report. An online journal dedicated to qualitative research and critical inquiry since 1990.
This site links to articles, web resources, papers and journals on qualitative research.

Forum: qualitative social research.
FQS is a peer-reviewed multilingual online journal for qualitative research. It includes thematic issues on a wide range of topics including cultural sciences, qualitative research, biographical research, and reflexivity. Debates, discussion and reviews are also included. FQS is an open access journal.

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta. International journal of qualitative methods.
The International Journal of Qualitative Methods is a web-based peer reviewed journal published quarterly. It is a multi-disciplinary, multi-lingual journal, free to the public.

Resources - eBooks

Just click on the book cover then enter you user login details to access the books:

Blaxter, Loraine; Hughes, Christina; Tight, Malcolm, How to Research. Open University Press, 2010.

Bell, Judith, Doing Your Reseach Project, Open Univertiy Press, 2010.

Gerring, John. Case Study Research: Principles and Practices. Cambridge University Press, 2009

Boynton, Petra, Research Companion: A Practical Guide for the Social and Health Sciences. Psychology Press, 2005

 Denscombe, Martyn, The Good Research Guide: For Small-Scale Social Research Projects. McGraw-Hill Education, 2010

Resources - Research Methods: General

Mixed Research Methods

Resources - Quantitative Methods

Resources - Qualitative Methods

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