On this website students will find:

  • The authors’ research top tips provide you with the straight-from-the-expert advice you need to avoid common pitfalls and ensure you are going in the right direction.

  • A cultivated library of cases, datasets, video, and book chapters from SAGE Research Methods offers you additional advice-by-example on applying methods in the book to your own research and gives you the chance to practice the techniques you have learned in small, manageable pieces.

  • SAGE journal articles and suggestions for other further reading show you how methods outlined in the book can be used in the real world.

  • Weblinks direct you to relevant resources to broaden your understanding of chapter topics and link to real conversations about social research.

  • Glossary flashcards help you get to grips with key terms and revise for exams.

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