Research Design: Creating Robust Approaches for the Social Sciences (Gorard, 2013) provides an easy - to - use design typology, as well as good practices and warnings, to help social scientists improve their research skills. Based on his experience, the author explains the concept of research design (as opposed to research methods), and shows the importance of carefully selected sample groups, appropriate research claims, and logical research warrants. The target audience is primarily social science researchers, but the subjects covered are applicable to any research field. The reviewer recommends Research Design as both a textbook and a reference.
Research Design, Research - Based Claims, Warrants, Social Science, Research Questions
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Clancy, M. L. (2013). Before You Graduate, Read this Book–Research Design: Creating Robust Approaches for the Social Sciences (Gorard, 2013). The Qualitative Report, 18(46), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2013.1442