New Book – Research Confidential: Solutions to Problems Most Social Scientists Pretend They Never Have

I recommend checking out Research Confidential, edited by Eszter Hargittai, which does a good job of filling a notable gap in the existing literature on research methods in the social sciences. While the methods literature is extensive, rarely do authors discuss the practical issues and challenges they routinely confront in the course of their research […]

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Call for centre nodes: ESRC National Centre for Research Methods

The ESRC invites applications for a third round of nodes of the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM). The overall mission of the Centre is to provide a strategic focal point for the identification, development and delivery of an integrated national research and training programme aimed at promoting a step change in the quality and […]

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Who Are WE?

Some Tales from ICQI 2010………. Endarkened Feminist Epistemologies: New VisionsSamantha Wahome, Charlotte Bell, Chinwe L. Okpalaoka, Anne J WaliaulaChaired by Cynthia Dillard It may be that the Ohio State University is the centre of the multiverse….. Patti Lather, Laurel Richardson, Cynthia Diilard and now the women in this plenary session…. who spoke with strength, centredness […]

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Face to Face Interviewing in South Asia (Pakistan) – A Modern Look – by Mohsin Muslim

Face to face research in South Asia particularly in Pakistan is still considered the most reasonable option for researchers. This is because of population diversity, spread, low literacy rate, and availability of low priced local field work resources. For every fieldwork, the researcher has to assure three vital steps to select a representative sample including […]

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John Cresswell & Janet Salmons Interviewed

Earlier this month John Creswell (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Janet Salmons (Capella University) talked about SAGE Research Methods Online with our Marketing Manager, Stephanie Adams, at the AERA Annual Meeting in Denver. Here is what they said: Find more videos like this on Methodspace – home of the Research Methods community Find more videos like […]

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SRMO Editorial Board Announced

I’m very excited to announce our SRMO Editorial Board – we are supported in this development by a very distinguished number of scholars and I would like to thank them again for their participationg. The members of our Editorial Board are: Alan Bryman, University of Leicester, Arlene Fink, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Graham […]

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