Very user-friendly and interactive – an easy read for my students.
The writing style is appropriate to all levels and is totally accessible to the students I teach. Overall, this is a very welcome book for research.
This text is a stalwart in approaching independent projects and dissertations. The fourth edition keeps it sharp and current.
I so enjoyed reading this book because I felt like Zina was in the room talking to me and I was her student. She clearly understands undertaking research from a student's perspective. She has obviously drawn on a rich and lengthy experience demonstrated by the relevant questions she poses throughout the book and her writing is so easily accessible and understandable, even the bits students often find tricky. All aspects the process are covered, from preliminary thinking to actually getting started to finally sharing your research with others.
This a very useful and comprehensive book for students studying research methods and/or dissertations students.
Simple and easy to use for my MSc Students especially those that have never done a dissertation.
Really useful text, accurate, brief and clear direction for students and staff. I do not manage research but supervise researchers and this is an excellent framework for creating excellence in this essential discipline.
Great book for beginner researchers
Content is appropriate for intended student population
This book is very accessible for undergraduate students with lots of examples and templates alongside advice on how to develop their research skills.
This is an awesome account, taking the reader from first thoughts of becoming a researcher through to how best to disseminate the findings. All presented in a casual and reader friendly style, which I thoroughly recommend.
A robust resource, full of useful and realistic guidance for understanding and conducting research. Students will benefit from the clear writing style and the depth of knowledge shared in these pages.