Getting Started in Research is for people in the earlier stages of development as a researcher. In contrast to the many books available on techniques of data collection and analysis, this volume deals with the many other practical considerations around actually doing research -such as good ways to frame research questions, how to plan your research projects effectively and how to undertake the various necessary tasks.

Doing your Project

This is a very practical chapter. In it we include practical advice and handy hints, tools of the trade, writing, coping with uncertainty and dealing with problems.

Now that my proposal is done, what next?

If you've prepared a good proposal, you've already started your research project. This planning phase is a ...

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