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Methods for Social Inquiry

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Editors: Professor Colin Elman, Professor Diana Kapiszewski, Professor James Mahoney

The Methods for Social Inquiry series comprises compact texts offering practical instructions for qualitative and multi-method research. Each book is accompanied by pedagogical data and exercises. The books in the series offer clear, straightforward, and concrete guidance for teaching and using methods. While grounded in their relevant prescriptive logics, the books focus on the 'how-to' of the methods they discuss - the practical tasks that must be undertaken to effectively employ them. The books should be useful for instruction at both the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels. The books are tightly integrated with digital content and online enhancements through the Qualitative Data Repository (QDR). QDR is a new NSF-funded repository housing digital data used in qualitative and multi-method social inquiry. The pedagogical data (and related documentation) that accompany the books in the series will be housed in QDR.

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Focus Groups for the Social Science Researcher

Volume 0, Part 0,

Focus Groups for the Social Science Researcher

Volume 0, Part 0,