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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Research Design

Second Edition (Revised Edition)
Four Volume Set
Edited by:


March 2022 | 2 016 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Research Design maps out how one makes decisions about research design, interprets data, and draws valid inferences, undertakes research projects in an ethical manner, and evaluates experimental design strategies and results. From A-to-Z, this four-volume work covers the spectrum of research design strategies and topics including, among other things: fundamental research design principles, ethics in the research process, quantitative versus qualitative and mixed-method designs, completely randomized designs, multiple comparison tests, diagnosing agreement between data and models, fundamental assumptions in analysis of variance, factorial treatment designs, complete and incomplete block designs, Latin square and related designs, hierarchical designs, response surface designs, split-plot designs, repeated measures designs, crossover designs, analysis of covariance, statistical software packages, and much more.

Research design, with its statistical underpinnings, can be especially daunting for students and novice researchers.  At its heart, research design might be described simply as a formalized approach toward problem solving, thinking, and acquiring knowledge, the success of which depends upon clearly defined objectives and appropriate choice of statistical design and analysis to meet those objectives. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Research Design will assist students and researchers with their work while providing vital information on research strategies.

 
Volume 1
 
List of Entries
 
Reader’s Guide
 
About the Editor
 
Contributors
 
Introduction
 
Entries A
 
Entries B
 
Entries C
 
Entries D
 
Volume 2
 
List of Entries
 
Reader’s Guide
 
Entries E
 
Entries F
 
Entries G
 
Entries H
 
Entries I
 
Entries J
 
Entries K
 
Entries L
 
Entries M
 
Volume 3
 
List of Entries
 
Reader’s Guide
 
Entries N
 
Entries O
 
Entries P
 
Entries Q
 
Entries R
 
Volume 4
 
List of Entries
 
Reader’s Guide
 
Entries S
 
Entries T
 
Entries U
 
Entries V
 
Entries W
 
Entries Y
 
Entries Z
 
Appendix: Chronology

Bruce B. Frey

Bruce B. Frey, PhD, is an award-winning teacher and scholar at the University of Kansas. He has authored more than 100 research articles and papers. Among his books are the best-selling textbook, Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics, Modern Classroom Assessment, and There’s a Stat for That!, all published by SAGE, and Stat Hacks published by O’Reilly. He is the editor of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. In his free time, he celebrates bubblegum pop music of the late 1960s on his popular podcast, Echo Valley. More About Author

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