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Research for Social Workers : An introduction to methods - Margaret Alston

Research for Social Workers

An introduction to methods

eBook Published: 28th March 2018
ISBN: 9781760635916
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Research for Social Workers has built a strong reputation as an accessible guide to the key research methods and approaches used in the discipline. Ideal for beginners, the book outlines the importance of social work research, its guiding principles and explains how to choose a topic area, develop research questions together with describing the key steps in the research process. The authors outline the principles of sampling, systematic reviews and surveys and interviews, provide guidance on evaluation and statistical analysis and explain how research can influence policy and practice. This new edition includes:
an expanded discussion of rigour in qualitative research
more detailed analysis of systematic reviews
a new section on on-line surveys
enhanced examination of action research including recent examples of action research programs
and
an expanded section on evidence-based practice.

Featuring practical examples and end-of-chapter exercises and questions, and using non-technical language throughout, this is a vital reference tool for both students and practicing social workers.

Part 1: Beginning social work research
1. Social work research
2. Choosing your topic area
3. Developing research questions
4. Steps in the research process

Part II: Research methods for social work
5. Sampling
6. Systematic reviews
7. Surveys and interviews
8. Assessing community needs and strengths

Part III: Evaluation
9. How do I evaluate my program?
10. Action research
11. Evidence-based practice and best practice evaluation
12. Research in post-disaster recovery and other crisis situations
13. Other methods

Part IV: Statistical analysis
14. Producing results: Qualitative research
15. Producing results: Quantitative research
16. Statistics for social workers: Analysis of a single variable
17. Statistics for social workers: Two or more variables

Part V: Bringing it all together
18. Influencing policy and practice
19. Developing a research proposal

ISBN: 9781760635916
ISBN-10: 176063591X
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 432
Published: 28th March 2018
Publisher: A&U Academic
Edition Number: 4

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