Thomas and Hodges (2010) have written a very practical and indeed a valuable book on how to do research project design and management applicable to a wide readership. The book will be of particular importance to young researchers who are aspiring to hone the art of research and project management from design to completion. For the experienced, it's a book to read and reflect on. Discussing the critical elements involved in research, Thomas and Hodges use consultative-advising-coaching, empathy-towards-researchers and experienced-based approaches to reveal important core knowledge in research as a career whilst laying out the ground rules for effective research design and management. The practicality and utility of this book will benefit many researchers.
Research Design, Research Project Management, and Research Praxis
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Kumar, R. R. (2011). Research Praxis from Design to Completion: A Review of Designing and Managing your Research Project - Core Knowledge for Social and Health Researchers. The Qualitative Report, 16(3), 897-901. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol16/iss3/16