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Principles of Sociological Inquiry

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Principles of Sociological Inquiry
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Publisher: Saylor Foundation
Number of pages: 183

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This text emphasizes the relevance of research methods for the everyday lives of its readers: undergraduate students. Using a variety of examples from published sociological research, this text also aims to provide balanced coverage of qualitative and quantitative approaches.

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