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Using Microcomputers in Research

Using Microcomputers in Research

August 1985 | 88 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Using Microcomputers in Research may be used in conjunction with the earlier Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists (QASS 40) -- together they provide a lucid and comprehensive introduction to microcomputing in the social sciences. This book is organized around the research process, taking the reader through the processes of writing the research proposal, gathering data, analysing and manipulating data, and writing the research report.
Microcomputers and the Research Process
Writing the Research Proposal
Creating and Managing the Proposal Budget
Data Gathering
Data Analysis and Manipulations
Writing the Research Report

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