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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This accessible, alphabetical guide provides concise insights into a variety of digital research methods, incorporating introductory knowledge with practical application and further research implications. A-Z of Digital Research Methods provides a pathway through the often-confusing digital research landscape, while also addressing theoretical, ethical and legal issues that may accompany each methodology.
Dawson outlines 60 chapters on a wide range of qualitative and quantitative digital research methods, including textual, numerical, geographical and audio-visual methods. This book includes reflection questions, useful resources and key texts to encourage readers to fully engage with the methods and build a competent understanding of the benefits, disadvantages and appropriate usages of each method.
A-Z of Digital Research Methods is the perfect introduction for any student or researcher interested in digital research methods for social and computer sciences.
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Catherine Dawson is a freelance researcher and writer specialising in the use and teaching of research methods. She has taught research methods courses at universities in the UK, completed a variety of research projects using qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches, and written extensively on research methods and techniques.