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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Hittleman, Daniel R., Simon, Alan J.
Part I Understanding the Research Process Chapter 1 The Research Process Chapter 2 Research Designs Chapter 3 Reading and Evaluating Research Reports Part II Understanding the Research Report Chapter 4 Reading and Evaluating Introductory Sections: Abstract, Background, and Purpose Chapter 5 Reading and Evaluating Subject/Participant Sections Chapter 6 Reading and Evaluating Information and Data Collection Sections Chapter 7 Reading, Evaluating, and Interpreting Procedure and Results Sections Chapter 8 Reading and Interpreting Qualitative Procedure and Findings Sections Chapter 9 Reading and Evaluating Discussion Sections Chapter 10 Reading and Interpreting Reviews of Research Part III Understanding How to Find Research Reports Chapter 11 Locating Information About Research Reports Appendix A Glossary Appendix B Representative Quantitative and Qualitative Research Reports Appendix C Standards for Research and Program Evaluation Glossary References Name Index Subject IndexHittleman, Daniel R. is the author of 'Interpreting Educational Research An Introduction For Consumers of Research', published 2005 under ISBN 9780131707313 and ISBN 0131707310.
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