Extending Social Research: Application, Implementation and Publication
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- What are the responsibilities of those involved in social research for maximising the impact of research findings?
- How can social science researchers ensure that their work is widely publicized, applied and implemented?
- When should social research be extended or ended?
Contributing authorsSection one: Introduction
Extending social research Section two: Theoretical and practical issues
Extending social research: Why?
Extending social research: Meanings and understandings
Extending social research: How?Section three: Process and product: Practice examples
Setting the agenda
Managing the process
OutcomesSection four: Reflections
Where are we now?References
PortraitGayle Letherby is Reader in the Sociology of Gender and Deputy Director of the Centre for Social Justice at Coventry University. She has published widely in the areas of methodology and epistemology; reproduction, kinship and identity; the sociology of trains and train travel, working and learning in higher education and criminology. Paul Bywaters is Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Social Justice at Coventry University. He has written extensively on social work and health inequalities, as well as on a variety of other issues including race and disability, and community care and older people. Contributors: Zoebia Ali, Kathryn Barnes, Anthea Coghlan, Anthony Columbo, Denise Tanner, Dexter Du Boulay, Maureen Hirsch, Mary Rose Knyspel,Jennifer Marchbank, Helen Poole, Graham Steventon,
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: OPEN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2006
Seitenanzahl: 175 Seiten