|Title||Research for social workers : An introduction to methods|
|Author||Margaret Alston and Wendy Bowles|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||xii, 412p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Social work research. -- Choosing your topics area. -- Developing research questions. -- Steps in the research process. -- Sampling. -- Systematic reviews. -- Surveys and interviews. -- Assessing community needs and strengths. -- How do I evaluate my program? -- Action research. -- Best practice evaluation. -- Research in post-diaster recovery and other crisis situations. -- Other methods. -- Producing results: qualitative research. -- Producing results: quantitative research. -- Statistics for social workers: analysis of a single variable. -- Statistics for social workers: two or more variables. -- Influencing policy and practice. -- Developing a research proposal.
|Political Science Library||361.30721 A464R 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
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