Handbook for Multidisciplinary Research
This book is on research methods and statistics for cross-cutting research. Framed from a multi-disciplinary perspective, the book presents and grapples with research methods and approaches used in research across disciplines. It magnifies the different contexts where research methods intersect and complement each other for effective data collection and analysis. Noting that most of the texts on research are field or subject specific regardless of the fact that most research methods and approaches today are complementary and overlapping, the book advances the argument that it is high time that researchers consider producing and using research texts that are multi-disciplinary and promote generative dialogue across fields.
The novelty and richness of the book lie in its attempt to offer nuanced research methods and statistics, all in one book, which can be used in different disciplines and situations. More importantly and without romanticising the potential of multi-disciplinary research, the book offers added insights and pointers on trends and evolutions in contemporary research. The book is an important addition to debates on contemporary research and multi-disciplinary discourses that have taken centre stage in recent years in many universities across the world. The book is handy to students and practitioners across fields.
|Dimensions||229 x 152mm|
|Publisher||Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon|