On this website students will find:

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Case Studies that illustrate how the methods covered in the book can be used in real research.

Checklists for each chapter that can be used as tutorial topics or support for students undertaking projects.

Datasets for qualitative and quantitative research allow student’s to practice doing analysis at their own pace.

Further Reading that reinforce key concepts discussed in the book, showing students how they are applied in the real world.

Videos from author Zina O’Leary offering both further insight into the research process and reassuring guidance.

Weblinks that showcase relevant software, online tools and examples of work.

PowerPoint Slides covering key themes and topics from every chapter, which are available for you to download and tailor in support of your teaching.

An Instructor’s Manual which include a range of online teaching resources to support you in your preparation and teaching.

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For advice to support your studies visit the SAGE Study Skills website for videos, quizzes and tips to help with your essay and dissertation writing, presentations, literature reviews and more.

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