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  • by Jr. Heuer, Richards J. & Randolph H. Pherson

    This Second Edition continues to showcase current and cutting-edge best practices but has broadened its focus beyond intelligence to show how SATs can be used across different disciplines and professions, from business and law enforcement to homeland security

  • by David P. Barash & Charles P. Webel

    An introductory text to peace and conflict studies covering an abundance of important global topics from pre-history to the present.

  • - 14 Teaching Practices for Enhancing Learning
    by Peter Liljedahl

  • - The Psychoanalysis of Organizations
    by Yiannis Gabriel
    £51.49 - 131.49

    `The book is a good read. Gabriel has an engaging writing style, liberally interspersed with vignettes, cases, and quotes...[T]he author presents his material in a non-judgemental manner... Maybe Gabriel is foreshadowing some new directions in organizational theory and even new research methodology' - Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

  • by William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder

    Adapted from the groundbreaking Principles of Comparative Politics, now in its third edition, Foundations of Comparative Politics presents a scientific approach to the rich world of comparative inquiry, research, and scholarship, providing students a guide to cross-national comparison and why it matters to them.

  • - Design and Methods
    by Robert K. Yin

    The Sixth Edition of Robert K. Yin's bestseller provides a complete portal to the world of case study research.


    Giving readers an insight into the minds of researchers, this book brings together the reflections of various authors on the qualitative theoretical framework they used, and how they made research design decisions based on the chosen theoretical framework.

  • - Choosing Among Five Approaches
    by John W. Creswell & Cheryl N. Poth
    £0.00 - 60.99

    This bestseller explores the principles of each of five qualitative inquiry traditions: narrative research, phenomenology, grounded theory, ethnography and case study. The Fourth Edition features more visual representations of the five approaches.

  • by George Ritzer & Jeffrey N. Stepnisky

    A comprehensive overview of all the major theorists and key schools of sociological thought, from sociology's origins through to the early 21st century.

  • - A Target-Centric Approach
    by Robert M. Clark

    This book delivers a consistent, clear method for teaching intelligence analysis, demonstrating how a collaborative, target-centric approach leads to sharper and more effective analysis.

  • - Understanding People and Events
    by David L. Hamilton & Steven J. Stroessner
    £48.99 - 137.99

    This book will provide your students with a framework for understanding the most common areas of interest for Social Cognition, such as perception, attitudes and stereotyping.

  • by Ernest T. Stringer
    £47.49 - 48.49

    This book provides clear guidelines to enable novice practitioner researchers to move comfortably through a process of inquiry that provides effective solutions to problems in their work lives, whether the setting is in education, health, social work, or business.

  • - Your Handbook for Action
    by Joyce L. Epstein, Mavis G. Sanders, Steven B. Sheldon, et al.

    This updated edition for building school-community partnerships to increase learning includes new examples, inventories defining leadership roles, and a workshop PowerPoint presentation on CD-ROM.

  • - Choosing Among Five Approaches
    by John W. Creswell & Cheryl N. Poth

  • by Garth S. Jowett & Victoria J. O'Donnell

    Provides a comprehensive history of propaganda alongside insightful definitions and methods to analyze the propaganda and persuasion students will encounter in everyday life. Used on undergraduate and graduate courses in persuasion, propaganda, and political communication across the world.

  • - Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches
    by John W. Creswell

    The bestseller that pioneered the comparison of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research design continues in its Fourth Edition to help students and researchers prepare their plan or proposal for a scholarly journal article, dissertation or thesis

  • by J. Robert Cox
    £66.49 - 77.99

    New edition of this popular undergraduate introduction to the growing field of environmental communication.

  • by Chris Carter, Martin Kornberger & Stewart R. Clegg
    £17.49 - 49.99

    The antidote to heavy-going, complex and lengthy textbooks on studying strategy.

  • - A Guide to Theory and Practice
    by Nick Lee & Ian Lings
    £47.99 - 139.99

    An integrated, accessible and humorous guide to why research methods are the way they are and how they do what they do.

  • - A Practical Guide for Every Teacher
    by Bob Algozzine & James E. Ysseldyke

    Focusing on teaching students with communication disorders, the authors offer practical teaching strategies and provide brief definitions, indicators, and behaviors associated with speech and language disorders.

  • by Ian Woodward
    £38.49 - 118.99

    Why are i-pods and mobile phones fashion accessories? Why do people spend thousands remodelling their perfectly functional kitchen? Why do people crave shoes or handbags? Is our desire for objects unhealthy, or irrational? This book offers a systematic overview of the diverse ways of studying the material as culture.

  • by Briony J. Oates

    With everything readers need to know about how to execute their research project, this book is written specifically for information systems (IS) and computing students.

  • - A Systematic Approach
    by Peter H. Rossi, Mark W. Lipsey & Howard E. Freeman

    Relied on by over 90,000 readers as the text on designing, implementing, and appraising the utility of social programs through the use of evaluation methods, Evaluation 7th Edition has been completely revised to include the latest techniques and approaches to evaluation.

  • - A Constructive Framework
    by Roger Lowe
    £38.49 - 114.99

    Introduces practitioners to the principles of using a constructive and collaborative approach with families. This book explores ways in which therapists can use their 'inner' conversation during a session as a tool to overcome obstacles to the therapeutic process.

  • - Teaching the Way Students Really Learn
    by Eric P. Jensen & Liesl McConchie

  • - Activities for Designing, Implementing, and Publishing Projects
    by Michael D. Fetters

    The Mixed Methods Research Workbook by Michael Fetters is the perfect tool for doctoral students and researchers who want support throughout their research project, as well as a practical way to apply the knowledge they have learned. With this text, students can tackle their mixed methods research project with confidence.

  • - Resilience and Change
    by Sarah Kovoor-Misra

    Introducing the best practices for preventing, containing and learning from crises in our global, media-driven society.

  • - Principles in Practice
    by Michael Quinn Patton

    Michael Quinn Patton's Facilitating Evaluation: Principles in Practice is the first book of its kind to explain in depth and detail how to facilitate evaluation processes with stakeholders, using the author's own stories of his experiences as an evaluation facilitator.

  • - Counterdeception and Counterintelligence
    by Robert M. Clark & William L. Mitchell

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