Course Title:An Introduction to Social Science Research: Rationale, Planning, and Implementation

Course No. SUM17311
Class No. 1
Credit 2
Course Hours 32
Teacher Jonathan G. Bayley
Title Professor
Venue Room 318 Comprehensive Building, West Campus

This course deals with the fundamental skills required to conduct social science research and write research reports. Students will be encouraged to make connections between research and their own lives. Areas of emphasis include interpreting research literature, conducting a literature search and review, planning and presenting research proposals and selecting appropriate analysis procedures. Students will be expected to read and interpret research articles and assigned documents. They will prepare a research proposal of their own design incorporating appropriate methodology.

Teaching Language English
Field Sociology
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