Welcome to the research subject guide. A selection of resources have been hand selected to help you undertake research especially at postgraduate level.
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I was taught that the way of progress was neither swift nor easy.
Marie Curie, physicist, chemist, and winner of the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics and the 1911 Nobel Prize in Physics
Sage Research Methods : Foundations provides a concise introduction to methods and research terms for those who are new to research in general or to that particular method. The database offers a targeted list of entries to guide users through the content. The navigation menu puts the entry in context, so users can easily find more general topics related to a method or continue on to more specific sub-topics. Each entry will give users a general understanding of the topic and help them focus their search for additional content if they wish to dive deeper.
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