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The Integrating (Feminine) Reach of Action Research: A Nonet for Epistemological Voice

In this free chapter from her influential The SAGE Handbook of Action Research, Hilary Bradbury of the Oregon Health and Science University presents "a three-by-three ‘nonet’ heuristic as potentially of use in ... action research projects."As Bradbury concludes the chapter, "I find myself confirming the importance of integrating the three epistemological voices of…See More
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Netnography: Networked Sociality

Social media and the internet are rich, fertile sources of data for social researchers, though online data offer both opportunities and challenges. In this updated new edition, Robert V. Kozinets explains how to use ‘Netnography’ to study cultures and communities online. The book includes full procedural guidelines for…See More
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Advanced Qualitative Research: Primary and Secondary Data Analysis

By Michelle O'Reilly and Nikki Kiyimba In this chapter from the book Advanced Qualitative Research: A Guide to Using Theory, authors Michelle O'Reilly and Nikki Kiyimba, both of the University of Leicester, examine the distinction between primary and secondary data, a distinction that they regard as overly…See More
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The R Revolution: Is it for You?

By Dave CollingridgeWhen I was first introduced to the R statistics program a few years ago, I was reluctant to get into the R scene. I was already proficient with my point-and-click SPSS software. I saw little reason to learn R. But my R-user colleagues encouraged me to give it a try. They raved about R’s versatility, graphics, and cost—it’s free!I was curious. What did R have to offer that SPSS did not have to offer? As more and more people around me were learning R, I decided to give it a…See More
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Principles for Sensory Ethnography: Perception, Place, Knowing, Memory and Imagination

By Sarah PinkIn this chapter, author  Sarah Pink outlines a set of principles for doing sensory ethnography through a focus on questions of perception, place, knowing, memory and imagination. She proposes that one of the goals of the sensory ethnographer is to seek to know places in other people’s worlds that are…See More
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Regulatory Contexts: Ethics & Education Research

By Rachel Brooks, Kitty te Riele & Meg Maguire"In this chapter we begin by exploring the implications of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, as this is a framework that affects education research across most countries. In terms of national (or even state, province, regional or municipal)…See More
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Focusing on Average Treatment Impacts May Underestimate Program Impacts

This post is based on the article "Reconsidering findings of “no effects” in randomized control trials: Modeling differences in treatment impacts" by Brad Chaney. The article appears online at the American Journal of Evaluation.

When impacts vary from one…

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Posted on March 17, 2015 at 20:31

Is It Time to Say Goodbye to a Fickle Friend, the P Value?

By Lewis Halsey

This article by Lewis Halsey originally appeared at The Conversation under the title “Goodbye P value: is it time to let go of one of science's most fundamental measures?”

How should scientists interpret their data? Emerging from their labs…

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Posted on March 17, 2015 at 20:00 — 2 Comments

New Report Calls for £470m Increase in UK’s Social Science and Innovation Budget

SAGE, a leading independent academic publisher (and the parent of Methodspace), and strong advocate for the social sciences, has published a major new report, written by the Campaign for Social Sciences (CfSS) highlighting the value of social sciences to the UK economy and society.

The Business of People: The Significance of Social Science over the Next Decade calls for at least a 10 per cent increase in…

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Posted on February 24, 2015 at 15:54

An Example of R Versatility

By Dave Collingridge

In my last blog post I mentioned a few advantages to learning R. One of those advantages is that R opens up a world of new data analyses. There are novel techniques available in R that are not found in the ANALYZE drop down menus of SPSS, Stata, and Statistica. Novel techniques in R can be a big help in situations…

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Posted on January 28, 2015 at 20:30

The R Revolution: Is it for You?

By Dave Collingridge

When I was first introduced to the R statistics program a few years ago, I was reluctant to get into the R scene. I was already proficient with my point-and-click SPSS software. I saw little reason to learn R. But my R-user colleagues encouraged me to give it a try. They raved about R’s versatility, graphics, and cost—it’s free!

I was curious. What did R have to offer that SPSS did not have to offer? As more and more people…

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At 19:04 on August 2, 2010, Chipo Gift K. Muponisi said…
Hi!
Can U please give me tips on how to recruit members...
At 4:19 on August 15, 2009, Dr Roslyn Cameron said…
Hi John
Thnaks for adding the Int. Journal of Mixed Methods in Applied Business & Policy Research to the Journals listing on Methodspace under "Mixed Methods". Would you mind also listing it under "Research in Business & Management" please?
Thanks!
Ros
At 12:29 on July 24, 2009, Geraldine Jones said…
Hi John,

I'm interested in customising my ning site in a similar way to Methodspace. In particular I'd like to add a customised header and add a resources tab and change the label 'friends' to something more appropriate to my site. Just wondered if you might be happy to advise me?
Best wishes - Geraldine
At 11:42 on March 10, 2009, Rakesh Biswas said…
Thanks.

Sure I will

regards
At 11:15 on March 10, 2009, Rakesh Biswas said…
Great site John.
 
 
 

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