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Methods Minute Newsletter: Professional Networking

The latest edition of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter includes its usual wealth of interestimng- and free! – content to peruse. This includes a listing of top tips for stellar student-supervisor meetings, a way to join the IIQM Member Scholar Program (a great way to network with qualitative scholars), and a free chapter on networking […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 8: Digital Methods

The latest edition of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter includes access to a free book chapter on web scraping and web crawlingdrawn from from Gabe Ignatow and Rada Mihalcea’s new book An Introduction to Text Mining: Research Design, Data Collection, and Analysis. To open the newsletter, click on the image below. To receive the Methods Minute by […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 7: Big Data Research

Data munging is “the process of turning a data set with lot of junk in it into a nice clean data set.” So explain Syracuse University’s  Jeffrey S. Saltz and Jeffrey M. Stanton in their book An Introduction to Data Science, recently published by SAGE. Visit the latest Methods Minute newsletter, which focuses on big […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 7: Presenting Your Research at Conferences

This month’s Methods Minute newsletter from SAGE Publishing focuses on how to best present your research at academic conferences, and features tips drawn from across the useabale knowledge presented by SAGE, including: From SAGE Research Methods The difference between delivering a paper and a conference presentation From SAGE Books Stephanie D. Evergreen presents her top tips for […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 6: Writing a Methodology Section

This month’s Methods Minute newsletter include a chance to read a free chapter on crafting an academic paper’s methodology section from the popular SAGE book, Becoming an Academic Writer, by Patricia Goodson. The newsletter includes a chance to read an even more foundational chapter on the subject — “What is a methodology section?”  — drawn from the Encyclopedia […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 5: Research Ethics & Integrity

The spotlight in the June issue of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter is research ethics and integrity. Some of the featured content accessible below include a video of Leanne Townsend discussing how researchers can and should use the current influx of social media data ethically, and a chapter from David Calvey’s book Covert Research: The […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 4: Qualitative Research Methods

In this May issue of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter, the spotlight is on qualitative research methods. This includes  a video feature from Denise Clark Pope from the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University in increasing validity in qualitative research a a free chapter on visual research from the new edition of The SAGE Handbook […]

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Methods Minute Newsletter No. 2: Writing Successful Grant Applications

In this second edition of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter, we look at the skill set needed to successfully convince others to fund your passions. This includes access to chapter of the book Proposal Writing: Effective Grantsmanship for Funding by Soraya M. Coley and Cynthia Scheinberg, a journal article specifically on grant writing for qualitative research, […]

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‘Methods Minute’ Newsletter No. 3: Promoting Your Research Through Social Media

In this third edition of SAGE Publishing’s Methods Minute newsletter, the focus is on ways to promote your research via digital means, and includes videos of Amy Mollett from the London School of Economics and Sierra Williams, communications manager for Open Knowledge International and co-author of Communicating Your Research With Social Media, giving valuable tips. […]

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View SAGE’s New ‘Methods Minute’ Newsletter

Since its founding SAGE has been a global leader in methodological innovation, pioneering mixed methods, evaluation and new statistical techniques. This tradition continues as the company is there as researchers tackle new challenges, from big data to replicability and transparency. There is, to say the least, a lot going on. And so SAGE will now […]

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