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Příručka
2nd ed.
Los Angeles : Sage, c2006
ix, 164 s. : il. ; 25 cm

ISBN 978-1-4129-2126-8 (dotisk ; brož.)
Popsáno podle dotisku, vydaného v roce 2009
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [158]-160 a rejstřík
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1 Introduction 1 // 2 The Proposal: Readers, Expectations and Functions 9 // 3 A General Framework for Developing Proposals 19 // 4 The Role of Theory and Dealing with the Literature 30 // 5 Methods 45 // 6 Writing the Proposal 59 // 7 Tactics 75 // 8 Examples of Proposals 87 // Appendix 1: Disentangling the Terms ’Perspective’, // ’Strategy’ and ’Design’ 141 // Appendix 2: Questions to Guide Proposal Development 144 // Notes 147 // Glossary 151 // References 158 // Index // 161 // Contents // Preface xi // 1 Introduction 1 // 1.1 Research proposals: purpose and use of this book 1 // 1.2 Background to this book 2 // 1.2.1 Empirical research: data 2 // 1.2.2 Quantitative and qualitative data 3 // 1.2.3 Relaxing the quantitative-qualitative distinction 4 // 1.2.4 Social science and social science areas 5 // 1.2.5 Relationship of this book to Introduction // to Social Research 6 // 1.3 A view of research 6 // 1.4 Chapter outline 7 // 1.5 Review concepts 8 // 2 The Proposal: Readers, Expectations and Functions 9 // 2.1 What is a research proposal? 9 // 2.2 Readers and expectations 10 // 2.3 Functions and purpose of the proposal 12 // 2.4 Prestructured versus unfolding research 13 // 2.5 The research proposal as a plan 14 // 2.6 Research questions or research problems? 15 // 2.7 A simplified model of research 16 // 2.8 Review concepts and questions 18 // 3 A General Framework for Developing Proposals 19 // 3.1 An overall framework 19 // 3.2 A hierarchy of concepts 20 // 3.3 Research areas and topics 21 // 3.4 General and specific research questions 22 // 3.5 Data collection questions 24 // 3.6 Research questions and data: the empirical criterion 25 // 3.7 Three tactical issues 26 // 3.7.1 The importance of the pre-empirical stage 26 // 3.7.2 Questions before methods 27 // 3.7.3 Do 1 need hypotheses in my proposal? 27 // 3.8 Review concepts and questions 29 //
4 The Role of Theory and Dealing with the Literature 30 // 4.1 The perspective behind the research 31 // 4.2 The role of theory 32 // 4.2.1 Description versus explanation 33 // 4.2.2 Theory verification versus theory generation 35 // 4.3 Prestructured versus unfolding 36 // 4.4 The literature 38 // 4.4.1 Relevant literature 38 // 4.4.2 Relationship between study and literature 39 // 4.4.3 Using the literature 40 // 4.5 Reviewing literature 40 // 4.6 Review concepts and questions 43 // 5 Methods 45 // 5.1 Introduction 45 // 5.2 Quantitative data, qualitative data or both? 46 // 5.3 Design 47 // 5.3.1 Strategy 48 // 5.3.2 Framework 49 // 5.3.3 Sample 50 // 5.3.4 Data collection: instruments, procedures 52 // 5.3.5 Data analysis 54 // 5.4 The question of methodological expertise 54 // 5.5 Ethical issues 55 // 5.6 Review concepts and questions 57 // 6 Writing the Proposal 59 // 6.1 Introduction 59 // 6.2 Proposal headings 61 // 6.2.1 Abstract and title 63 // 6.2.2 Introduction: area, topic and statement of purpose 63 // 6.2.3 Research questions: general and specific 64 // 6.2.4 Conceptual framework, theory and hypotheses 65 // 6.2.5 The literature 65 // 6.2.6 Methods 66 // 6.2.7 Significance 68 // 6.2.8 Limitations and delimitations 69 // 6.2.9 Ethical issues: consent, access and participants’ protection 69 // 6.2.10 References 69 // 6.2.11 Appendices 69 // 6.3 Qualitative proposals 70 // 6.4 Academic writing 72 // 6.4.1 Strategies to help with academic writing 73 // 7 Tactics 75 // 7.1 Introduction 75 // 7.2 General tactical issues 75 // 7.3 Departmental guidelines 76 // 7.4 Getting started 77 // 7.4.1 Area, topic and research questions 78 // 7.4.2 Supervision and supervisors 78 // 7.4.3 The ’two-pager’ 80 // 7.4.4 The ideas paper 80 // 7.4.5 Working deductively 81 // 7.5 The value of discussion 81 // 7.6 The value of writing it down 82 //
7.7 Three common dilemmas 83 // 7.7.1 Several topics at once 83 // 7.7.2 Getting to closure versus getting to closure too quickly 84 // 7.7.3 Focus on context, background and literature // versus focus on research questions 85 // 7.8 The importance of clarity 86 // 8 Examples of Proposals 87 // 8.1 Quantitative proposal: education Noia Purdie 88 // 8.2 Qualitative proposal: education Ron Chalmers 97 // 8.3 Mixed-method proposal: social medicine Claire Chinnery 109 // 8.4 Quantitative proposal: management/business Tim Mazzarol 120 // 8.5 Qualitative proposal: nursing Kay Price 128 // 8.6 Other proposals in the literature 138 // Appendix 1: Disentangling the Terms ’Perspective’, // ’Strategy’ and ’Design’ 141 // Appendix 2: Questions to Guide Proposal Development 144 // Notes 147 // Glossary 151 // References 158 // Index 161

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