Written for advanced undergraduate students, postgraduate students planning theses and dissertations and other early career researchers, Designing and Managing Your Research Project helps you successfully plan and complete your research project by showing the key skills that you will need. The book covers: q choosing research methods q developing research objectives q writing proposals q literature reviews q getting ethics approval q seeking funding q managing a project q software skills q working with colleagues and supervisors q communicating research findings q writing reports, theses and journal articles q careers in research. Designing and Managing Your Research Project includes lots of examples, case studies and practical exercises to help you learn the research skills you will need and also to help you complete crucial project tasks. A key feature is its user-friendly guidance on planning projects and accessing information from the Internet.Normally the review will provide a conceptual overview of the research topic, be organised into several sub-topics or themes and include a discussion of how research in the ... A thesis literature review needs to demonstrate knowledge about the key features of the research topic, and assess ... journal editors often strictly limit the number of words or pages allowed in a research proposal or manuscript.
|Title||:||Designing and Managing Your Research Project|
|Author||:||David Thomas, Ian D Hodges|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2010-09-21|