The fourth edition of Research for Effective Social Work Practice teaches students not only the value of using research in practice, but the importance of developing their research skills and knowledge to have a positive impact on social conditions.
In this book you will find:
This book is the perfect cornerstone for research courses taught on the generalist level.
1. The Context of Social Work Research 2. The Politics and Ethics of Social Work Research 3. Research Problems and Research Questions 4. Single Subject Research 5. Research in Agencies and Communities 6. Qualitative Research [with guest co-author Dr. Robin Bonifas] 7. Group Research Design 8. Sampling 9. Measurement 10. Data Collection and Data Entry 11. Descriptions of Quantitative Data 12. Bivariate Statistics and Statistical Inference 13. A Researcher’s Writing and Presentation Tools
Dr. Judy L. Krysik is currently an Associate Professor in Social Work at Arizona State University. She teaches research methods, evaluation, program planning, and practice with children and families. Her current research is on the primary prevention of child abuse and neglect and the coproduction of knowledge. She serves on the editorial review boards of the journals, Social Work Research and the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics.
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