SAGE Research Methods Cases

SAGE is launching SAGE Research Methods Cases, a collection of real social research case studies, specially commissioned and designed to help users understand abstract methodological concepts in practice.
SAGE Research Methods Cases was developed for use in a college or university setting for those seeking applied understanding of research methods. The collection is said to include nearly 300 cases currently, with plans to expand to more than 400 by the end of 2014.
This new resource includes cases that apply the full range of methods in the social and behavioural sciences, as well as many commonly used in the science, technology, and medical disciplines. Cases can be searched by discipline topic, academic level, and the type of method employed.

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