Sage Research Methods: new case studies

The Library has enhanced its subscription to the database, Sage Research Methods.  The database provides a wide range of ebooks and videos on the subject of research methodologies and its coverage has now been extended to also include a collection of “case studies“.  The database describes the value of its case studies as follows:

“Cases are original, specially commissioned, and designed to help students understand often abstract methodological concepts by introducing them to case studies of real research projects … written by the researchers themselvesexploring the difficulties, nuances and real-life decisions that researchers are forced to make.”

Finding the case studies: enter Sage Research Methods and “browse content” for “cases”.  You can then enter a key word/phrase to search within the “search within results” box within the right-hand column.

Enter Sage Research Methods – you can also access Sage Research Methods via the Library Catalogue and via various links within the Library website’s ‘Resources for your subject’ pages.

About Peter Bradley

Subject Librarian for Health and Social & Policy Sciences. University of Bath. The Library, Level 5: P.G.Bradley@bath.ac.uk
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