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  1. Unit 1: Introduction to research 16 items
    1. Chris McVittie: Research paradigms/framing the research question 7 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
        1. Major Choices in Social Enquiry - Norman W. H. Blaikie

          Chapter Essential Read chapter 1 Module: PM051 (Scanned Extract)

        2. Social research - S. Sarantakos 2013

          Book Essential

      2. further reading 4 items
        1. How questions emerge from topic areas or 'problems' - Andrews, R.

          Chapter  Module: PM051 (Scanned Extract)

        2. How to do a literature review : using existing evidence and ideas to build a foundation - Eric Allen Jensen, Alexander Charles Laurie

          Chapter  Module: PM051 (scanned extract)

        3. The Priority of Paradigms - Thomas S. Kuhn

          Chapter Recommended Read chapter V

    2. Derek Santos: An introduction to the principles of research ethics 4 items
      1. essential reading 2 items
        1. The student's guide to research ethics - Paul Oliver 2010 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Read Part 1 (pages 1-25) and Part 2: Sections 5-6 (pages 75-113)

        2. Behavioral Study of obedience. - Stanley Milgram 1963

          Article Recommended

      2. further reading 2 items
    3. Lois White: An introduction to epidemiology 5 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
        1. Essentials of epidemiology in public health - Ann Aschengrau, George R. Seage 2018

          Book Essential Read Chapter 1.

        2. Chapter 1. What is epidemiology? | The BMJ

          Chapter Essential This BMJ chapter and series is a gentle and informative introduction to the subject of epidemiology. Once you have gained a basic understanding of what epidemiology is and why it is conducted why not sure additional chapters in the series to support your learning throughout the module. Chapter 2 looks at measures of disease frequency, for example, something that we explore in the second lecture.

        3. Concepts of epidemiology: integrating the ideas, theories, principles, and methods of epidemiology - Raj S. Bhopal 2016

          Book Essential Chapters 1, 7 and 9 are the most relevant chapters

      2. further reading 2 items
        1. Framingham Heart Study

          Webpage Recommended The Framingham Heart Study is possibly the most influential and long-standing epidemiological study - ongoing since the late 1940’s. Visit the website to find out more about the study population, why this population was deemed suitable for such research and what type of data has been collected over the years to investigate heart disease risk and risk of other conditions.

        2. Essentials of epidemiology in public health - Ann Aschengrau, George R. Seage 2018

          Book Recommended Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 6 are the most relevant

  2. Unit 2: Qualitative research 38 items
    1. Mairghread Ellis: An introduction to qualitative research 7 items
      1. Strategic themes in qualitative inquiry - Patton, M.Q.

        Chapter Essential Module: PM051 (Scanned Extract)

      2. The SAGE handbook of qualitative methods in health research - Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Robert Dingwall, Raymond G. De Vries 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      3. Introduction to Qualitative Research Methodology - Karina Kielman, Fabian Cataldo, Janet Seeley 2011

        Book Recommended

    2. Mairghread Ellis: Phenomenology 8 items
      1. essential reading 4 items
        1. Using a phenomenological perspective in radiation therapy research - G. K. B. Halkett, S. D. Scutter, P. Arbon, M. Borg 2004

          Article Essential

      2. further reading 4 items
        1. Phenomenology Online - Max Van Manen

          Website Recommended

    3. David Banks: Grounded Theory 6 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
        1. Grounded theory - Carol Grbich

          Chapter Essential PM051: scanned extract

      2. further reading 3 items
        1. Epilogue - Barney G. Glaser, Anselm L. Strauss

          Chapter Recommended PM051: scanned extract

    4. Margaret Hills de Zarate: Ethnography 8 items
      1. essential reading 5 items
        1. Ethnographic Fieldwork: A Beginner's Guide - Jan Blommaert, Dong Jie 2010 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        2. Doing ethnography today: theories, methods, exercises - Elizabeth Campbell, Luke E. Lassiter 2015 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        3. Key concepts in ethnography - Karen O'Reilly, John H. Bone 2008

          Book Essential

        4. Poetry and place in ethnography - Mary Taylor Huber

          Article  Module: PM051 (Scanned Extract)

        5. 'Definitions', Methods and Applications - Raymond Madden

          Chapter  Module: PM051 (scanned extract)

      2. further reading 3 items
    5. Giorgos Tsiris: Qualitative methodology analysis 9 items
      1. essential reading 4 items
        1. Qualitative data: an introduction to coding and analysis - Carl F. Auerbach, Louise B. Silverstein 2003

          Book Essential

        2. Using thematic analysis in psychology - Virginia Braun, Victoria Clarke

          Article Essential

        3. Document Analysis as a Qualitative Research Method - Glenn A. Bowen 03/08/2009

          Article Essential This article was mentioned it in the overview of qualitative research but fits in nicely here.

      2. further reading 5 items
        1. Concepts and Coding - Amanda Coffey, Paul Atkinson

          Chapter Recommended

        2. Toward an Agenda for Evaluation of Qualitative Research - Brynjulf Stige, Kirsti Malterud, Torjus Midtgarden 2009

          Article Recommended

  3. Unit 3: Quantitative research 19 items
    1. Pelly Koufaki and Marietta Van Der Linden: Introduction to quantitative research 3 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
    2. Judith Lane: Surveys/descriptive analysis 4 items
      1. essential reading 4 items
        1. Numbers R Us - David Bowers

          Chapter Essential Read Chapter 5 (pp. 59-71)

        2. Techniques of descriptive statistics - Carolyn Hicks

          Chapter Essential Read Chapter 5 (pages 45-68)

        3. Analysis of Qualitative Data - Tracy Ross

          Chapter Essential Read Chapter 4 (pages 71-77)

        4. Descriptive statistics - Field, A., Hole, G.

          Chapter  Module PM051/PM110 (Scanned Extract)

    3. Pelly Koufaki and Marietta Van Der Linden: Developing and testing hypothesis/experimental research methods and inferential statistics 3 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
        1. A New View of Statistics - W.G. Hopkins 2000

          Webpage Essential

        2. Statistics for the terrified (v 6.4) - Educational interactive programme available on your QMU desktop

    4. Robin Lickley: Correlational methods and analysis 4 items
      1. essential reading 4 items
        1. Correlational methods - S. Wilson and R. MacLean

          Chapter Essential Module: PM051/PM110 (Scanned Extract)

        2. Testing for relationships and making predictions - S. Wilson and R. MacLean

          Chapter Essential Module: PM051/PM110 (Scanned Extract)

        3. Research methods in communication disorders - Tim Pring 2005

          Book Essential ***Please note this title is only available from the LRC in print***

    5. Nigel Gleeson: Validity and reliability 5 items
      1. essential reading 3 items
        1. Validity in clinical research: a review of basic concepts and definitions - Keith George, Alan Batterham, Islay Sullivan 02/2000

          Article Essential

        2. Research methods - Jerry R. Thomas, Jack K. Nelson, Stephen J. Silverman

          Chapter Essential Module: PM051/PM110 (Scanned Extract)

      2. further reading 2 items