Doing Dissertations in Politics: A Student Guide


This guide has been designed to help undergraduates develop an understanding of practical research methods, and their application in the undergraduate dissertation. Written in an accessible and engaging style, it offers advice on all aspects of undergraduate research, from choosing a dissertation subject through to presenting the finished article. Features of this book: * concise chapters which provide introduction to various aspects of research methods, including: why its important; quantitative and qualitative methods; and practical application * advice, hints and tips on planning, presenting, researching and writing undergraduate dissertations * a wide range of examples of research to clearly illustrate different issues and methods which students may encounter * guides to further reading and thinking at the end of each chapter.


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