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Researching Social Life. Machi, Lawrence A. London: Sage Clear introductory guide targeted at postgraduates. Petticrew, Mark, and Helen Roberts. Oxford: Blackwell Provides very clear justification for systematic approaches to research reviews, with excellent use of simple examples of how even high-profile scientists make bogus claims on the basis of haphazard reviews. The authors also explore some of the critiques of systematic approaches. Reardon, Denis. Doing Your Undergraduate Project. London: Sage See ch. Ridley, Diana. London: Sage Aimed mainly at postgraduates, this offers simple guidance on reading, search, analysis and writing.
Sandelowski, Margarete, and Julie Barroso. Handbook for Synthesizing Qualitative Research. New York: Springer Though primarily addressed at health sector students this is a superb introduction to the basics of qualitative secondary research analysis in social science. Slavin, Robert E. Smith, Emma. Maidenhead: Open University Press Includes well-balanced discussions of critical approaches to assessing the reliability of both ethnographic and quantified information in a wide variety of fields.
Spink, Amanda, and Michael Zimmer eds , Web Search: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer Although most articles here will mainly be of interest to specialist researchers on the socio-political processes relating to the internet, several are also worth reading for their strong insistence on critical approaches to the use of web search engines.
Tate, Marsha Ann. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press Very useful guidance on ways of critically evaluating information quality and assessing biases in a wide range of web sources. Murray, and Dale L. Boston, MA: Praeger Useful, but now superseded by better texts with more up-to-date guidance on web searching. Tomaiuolo, Nicholas G. Vartanian, Thomas P. Secondary Data Analysis.
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New York: Oxford University Press Mainly focused on large survey-based highly quantified information sources. Virtual Training Suite. Introduction to Library Research in Anthropology. Boulder, CO: Westview Press Dated in some ways, but most of the suggestions and information remain valid.
Wilkinson, D. The Essential Guide to Postgraduate Study. Valles, Miguel S. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Sensible balance of emphasis on qualitative and quantitative aspects of research, with lots of good use of real examples.
Amit, Vered. Constructing the Field. Arksey, Hilary, and Peter Knight.
London: Sage Introduction to interviewing aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students. London: Routledge A very popular classic introductory textbook, written for all kinds of social scientist, but focusing mainly on participant-observation fieldwork rather than the full range of ethnographic processes and methods, and downplaying secondary ethnographic research. Berg, Bruce L. Qualitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences.
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Blaikie, Norman. Cambridge: Polity Good all-round introduction to a wide range of approaches, with a useful chapter on data sources that explores choices and interactions among primary and secondary information sources. Blommaert, Jan. Ethnographic Fieldwork: A Beginner's guide. Bristol: Multilingual Matters Short, rather idiosyncratic; this has some stimulating discussions of fieldwork experiences and psychological as well as practical challenges, but it lacks incisive discussion of how fieldwork is facilitated and influenced by secondary research. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press A practical guide for those — beginners and more experienced researchers — interested in online field sites and virtual research, with a focus on participant observation.
Booth, W. The Craft of Research. Chicago: University of Chicago Press Perhaps the best all-round guide on research processes, ultra-clear and with concise examples.
Brewer, John D. Buckingham: Open University Press Good clear textbook overview, though with more emphasis on epistemological and methodological debates than on practical guidance. Briggs, C. Bryman, Alan ed. London: Sage A very useful and thematically wide-ranging reader, with 90 articles by leading anthropologists and sociologists not only on primary research but also on epistemology, validating ethnographic research, sampling, visual narratives, use of documents, and use of oral history.
Burgess, Robert. London: Routledge Chapters on the practical and ethical aspects of fieldwork with chapter on participant observation, interviews, personal documents, analysis and ethical issues. Corbetta, Piergiorgio. Social Research: Theory, Methods and Techniques. London: Sage Good textbook introduction worked around real examples and combining epistemological overview with more practical reviews of methods.
Creswell, J. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Addressed at students across the full range of social sciences, this goes a long way beyond being a basic introduction, and helps students consider carefully the relationships between methodological approaches and epistemologies or varieties of knowledge claim.
Czarniawska, Barbara. Narratives in Social Science Research. London: Sage Excellent introduction to narrative research methods and justifications, interpretation of narratives, and to the various uses of narrative in social science more generally. Davies, Charlotte A.
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Denscombe, Martyn. Maidenhead: Open University Press Basic, clear, and very popular introductory overview for all kinds of social science student. Denzin, Norman K. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press Excellent collection of his essays on ethics, epistemology, and politics of qualitative social research.
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