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Research Methodology

Research Methodology

Author(s):
  • Vinod Chandra
  • Anand Hareendran
  • Author: Vinod Chandra
    • ISBN:9789352863518
    • 10 Digit ISBN:9352863518
    • Price:Rs. 399.00
    • Pages:328
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Ratings:

    This book offers a standardized approach for research aspirants working in the various areas. At the same time, all the major topics in social research have also been detailed thoroughly which makes this book a very good frame of study for students and researchers in diverse fields. This book charts new and evolving terrain of social research by covering qualitative, quantitative and mixed approach. The chapters has extensive number of case studies that help researchers to understand practical implications of the research and includes plenty of diagrammatic representations for easy understanding of various theories and procedures. Each phase of research is explained in detail so that even beginners can also effectively utilize this book. It is written in a highly interactive manner, which makes for an interesting read. Templates of technical report, business report and research reports are also included in the book. This provides the reader with a hands-on experience.

     

    Table of Content

    1 Introduction
    2 Research Formulation and Literature Review
    3 Data Collection
    4 Basic Statistical Measures
    5 Data Analysis
    6 Research Design
    7 Hypothesis Formulation and Testing
    8 Test Procedures
    9 Models for Science and Business
    10 Social Research
    11 Presentation of the Research Work
    12 LaTeX-Document Generation Tool"
     

    Salient Features

    1. The document generation tool LaTeX and its various options are explained fully with sample codes and outputs.
    2. Numerous exercises, case studies and solved examples make this book unique.
    3. Testing procedures, representations of results are mentioned in the same flow like the way how the original research is carried out.
    4. Real time common research problems are handled for better understanding
    5. Solution-oriented research problems are designed to emphasize the importance on systematic problem solving."