Research methods is a long life, social science course. Its hold a special place for students of social science. Understanding the imperative nature of this course is often underestimated. This ius partly as the course is rushed through or as understood it a 'crash programme' for students of social science.
In many instances, about 60% to 80% students go through the course with little or no through understanding of the subject matters of social science research methods. In addition, the abstract nature of the course, coupled with lots of concepts and specific descriptions makes it hard for student to follow or comprehend. Thus, topics covered in this book, simplify these concepts, and enhance students' understanding of social research methods.
Simplifying Social Science; Research Proposal and Methods
by Nwanesi Peter Karubi