Resources for Nursing Research: An Annotated Bibliography
This latest edition of Resources for Nursing Research provides a comprehensive bibliography of sources on nursing research and includes references for books, journal papers and Internet resources. This Fourth Edition covers the disciplines of nursing, health care, and the social sciences.
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
Part 1: Sources of Literature
Part 2: Methods of Inquiry
- An Introduction to Research
- Conceptualizing Nursing Research
- Designing Nursing Research
- Experimental/Quantitative Designs
- Experimental Designs
- Non-Experimental/Qualitative Designs
- Non-Experimental Designs
- Measurement – General
- Finding, Developing and Using Instruments
- Sources of Instruments
- Data Collection
- Methods of Data Collection
- Data Analysis, Interpretation and Presentation
- Communicating Nursing Research
Part 3: The Background to Research in Nursing
First edition © The Library Association 1991
Second edition © The Library Association 1994
Third edition © Cynthia G L Clamp and Stephen Gough 1999
Fourth edition © Cynthia G L Clamp, Stephen Gough and Lucy Land 2004
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This book is dedicated to the memory of Lisbeth Hockey – an outstanding nurse, researcher and a very special friend.
At the time of writing, I regret that Lisbeth Hockey is unable to share this virtual podium with me. She has been an indispensable source of inspiration and support for many a nurse researcher and, I believe, for this extraordinary reference work. Just as Lisbeth's career maps in microcosm many elements of the history of nursing research in the UK, so this book reflects the expansion and shifting boundaries of research in nursing. The volume is unique in the sense of providing a historical record and reference point for analysing ‘growth areas’, through the development of research resources and categories over time. Each edition brings with it an even more encyclopaedic reach and range of material.
The beauty of this book is not a blinding blizzard of detail but a well tried and tested taxonomy. Within the information-rich era in which we live, skills in accessing and the utilization of information come to the fore. To have assembled and synthesized the myriad entries within this single volume reflects an achievement of significant magnitude and commitment. One may wonder whether this accelerated age justifies the publication of a resource in paper form? Such doubts will be dispelled since this ‘route map’ through the disciplinary highways and by-ways of research still has much to offer the would-be and seasoned researcher. Not surprisingly, the section on electronic sources has been expanded and others updated. New material from a range of countries, including China, poised to become an increasingly important player in international health care, has been added.
The signpost approach adopted helps to take the ‘sting’ out of searching for those new to the field as well as leading the reader on an investigative trail that points the path from ‘novice to expert’. The result of a creative collaboration between a librarian and two nurse researchers, an attempt is made to address different audiences' needs in the text. The international dimension provides a further index of the topical and methodological interests and investments in nursing research over time. Many useful pointers are provided on policy and funding opportunities, frameworks, career structures and contexts that can make or break research. This book helps the researcher access information and take the first steps towards turning it into useful knowledge. I commend this text to you.DPhil (Oxon) RGN DN
Many relatives, friends and colleagues have assisted in the development of this resource book and we would like to record our sincere thanks to them all. I would like to express gratitude to my two co-authors, and especially to Stephen, whose patience, thoughtfulness and support in times of difficulty have made this new edition possible.
Anne Marie Rafferty, an outstanding British researcher, has kindly written the foreword and we appreciate this very much. To have her endorsement is praise indeed.
Thanks also go to Raymond Poland, and David and Stuart Land, Phillipa Jordan and Fiona Bantock. Stephen Gough sends a particular thank you and much love to Tricia O'Connor and Kyle for all their help, and to Calum. We are also grateful to the many librarians who have assisted us.
The staff at Sage Publications have been very supportive and we wish to thank Rachel Burrows, Sarah Bury, Alison Poyner and Louise Wise.
The fourth edition of this annotated bibliography provides a guide to sources of literature, papers, books and Internet resources on research methodology and the background to research in nursing. It is designed to complement existing texts on research methods and to act as a ‘signpost’ to available literature, mainly from the disciplines of nursing, medicine and the social sciences. It is intended for all those with an interest in nursing research – students, teachers, librarians, practitioners and researchers.
The Internet and many databases have been used to find the literature included here, but the authors believe that there is value in having available in one place, in book form, references to literature covering the whole span of research methodology and its use, particularly for the novice researcher and those in clinical practice.
The book includes just under 3,000 entries, 70 per cent of which are new, and these cite literature published since 1998. Many websites are included throughout the text for nurses to continue their own searching. The criteria for inclusion are current usage, focus and relevance.
The book is divided into: Part 1: Sources of literature, Part 2: Methods of inquiry, and Part 3: The background to research in nursing, with author and subject indexes at the end of the book. Details of the book's structure, format and numbering system are explained on the following page in ‘How to use this book’.
The entries have been extensively cross-referenced, and in addition examples are given in most sections where a particular element of the research process has been used. Definitions relating to each element are also included from published sources (Appendix D).
All books have been checked for the latest editions but not all remain in print. Material on research methods can date slowly and in some instances has not been superseded. The number of entries varies considerably between sections and this largely reflects the state of the literature. Because of the increasing amount of literature on research methods now available, the authors have tried to select a broad spread from which readers may then pursue their own areas of interest.
The varying amount of literature included from around the world largely reflects the length of time in which nurses have been learning about research in their educational programmes. An almost equal proportion of the citations are from Britain and the United States. Literature from Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, New Zealand, South Africa and South America is also included.
Based on comments from users of previous editions, it is clear that the book can be used in a variety of ways, e.g. as a conventional bibliography and as a dictionary. It also provides an overview of research processes that teachers may like to use as part of a course, and suggests possible collection development strategies for librarians.
The authors hope that use of this book will save time during the literature searching process by giving pointers to existing material. It will also assist nurses to develop skills in evaluating and perhaps undertaking research studies for the benefit of their patients.
How to Use this Book[Page x]Indexes
There are two indexes in this book, author and subject, which will be found at the end. At the beginning an expanded contents list will enable readers to see its structure and quickly find the relevant sections.Format of Sections
The format of each section follows a similar pattern, although not all sections include each item. Entries are listed in alphabetical order.
Major text/article [specific to sub-section]
The numbering system used in the book should enable items to be found easily.
Part 1 items are numbered 1.1 to 1.7
Part 2 items are numbered 2.1 to 2.102
Part 3 items are numbered 3.1 to 3.22
Within each section entries have individual numbers, e.g. 1.1.1, 2.1.2 or 3.1.3 and this number is also used in the cross-referencing system.Cross-Referencing System
Many books and articles contain information that comes under several headings in the book. Where this occurs other item reference number(s) are given at the end of the annotation so that further relevant entries can be found. The number may indicate a whole section, e.g. CR 2.15, or a particular annotation, e.g. CR 2.15.6. In general cross-referencing has not been done within sections as so many items relate to each other.[Page xi]Notes
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of entries, but the authors would be pleased to know of any errors.
British English has been used throughout the text, except in book and journal titles, in order to achieve consistency.
The authors' policy has been to see most of the books and articles and these have been annotated. In a few instances this has not been possible, but the bibliographical data is included so that readers can still follow up the reference.
Where website addresses (URLs or Uniform Resource Locators) have been included, they were correct at the time of going to press.[Page xii]
References recorded here relate to books and articles consulted during the development of this book. Page numbers of quotations are included in the main text.1991) Critical theory, post-structuralism, post-modernism: their sociological relevance. Annual Review of Sociology17http://dx.doi.org/10.1146/annurev.so.17.080191.000541(1995) Ethical issues In nursing research. In Henry, K. & Pashley, G. (Eds) Community ethics and health care research. Dinton, Nr. Salisbury: Mark Allen& (1973) My four revolutions: an autobiographical history of the American Sociological Association. American Journal of Sociology78: 782http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/225402(Breakwell, G.M., Hammond, S. & Fife-Schaw, C. (Eds) (2000) Research methods in psychology (2nd edition). London: Sage1996) Q methodology and qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research6 (4) http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/104973239600600408(1997) The practice of nursing research: conduct, critique and utilization. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders& (Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenologyhttp://www.phenomenologycenter.org1995) The future of research utilization. In Titler, M.G & Goode, C.J. (Eds) The nursing clinics of North America: research utilization. 30 (3) Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders(1998) Qualitative inquiry and research design: choosing among five traditions. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage(Denzin, N.K. & Lincoln, Y.S. (Eds) (1994) Handbook of qualitative research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage1996) Dissemination and implementation: the wider picture. Nurse Researcher4 (1)(Dictionary of Social Science Methods (1983) Edited by Miller, P. McC. and Wilson, M.J.Chichester: John Wiley2003) Hierarchy of evidence: a framework for ranking evidence evaluating healthcare interventions. Journal of Clinical Nursing12 (1) http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2702.2003.00662.x(2000) Introduction. In Breakwell, G.M., Hammond, S. & Fife-Schaw, C. (Eds) Research methods in psychology ((2nd edition). London: Sage1982) Fundamentals of research in nursing ((4th edition). Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts1994) Writing and research: an introduction. Nurse Researcher2 (1)(1996) Making sense of research: an Introduction for nurses. London: Cassell, & (1998) Oral history. Stroud, Glos: Sutton Publishing Co.(1980) Content analysis: an introduction to its methodology. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage(1985) Qualitative research methods in nursing. Orlando, FL: Grune & Stratton(1987) Importance and uses of ethno-methods: ethnography and ethnonursing research. Recent Advances in Nursing(1995) Qualitative communication research methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage(LinstoneHA. & Turoff, M. (Eds) (1975) The Delphi method: techniques and applications. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley1995) Researching in collaboration: a guide to successful partnerships. Nurse Researcher3 (1), & (1989) International research: a need or luxury?Nursing Outlook37 (3)(2000) Focus groups. In Breakwell, G.M., Hammond, S. & Fife-Schaw, C. (Eds) Research methods in Psychology ((2nd edition). London: Sage2002) Foundations of nursing research ((4th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-HallOmery, A., Kasper, C.E. & Page, G.G. (Eds) (1995) In search of nursing science. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sagehttp://dx.doi.org/10.4135/97814522257531987) Philosophy, science and social inquiry: contemporary methodological controversies in social science and related applied fields of research. Oxford: Pergamon(1986) A clinician's guide to the critique and utilization of nursing research. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts(1991) Nursing research: principles and methods (& (4th edition). Hagerstown, MD: Lippincott1995) Nursing research: principles and methods (& (5th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott1999) Nursing research: principles and methods (& (6th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott1997/98) Writing, researching and reflexivity in nursing history. Nurse Researcher5 (2)(Reason, P. & Rowan, J. (Eds) (1981) Human inquiry: a sourcebook of new paradigm research. Chichester: John Wiley1986) Elements of research in nursing (& Jr ([Page 337]4th edition). St Louis, MO: Mosby1998) Two decades WENR: did history write nursing research – or did nursing research write history? In: Knowledge development: clinicians and researchers in partnership. Helsinki: The Finnish Federation of Nurses ISSN 0251–4753 Proceedings of the Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers (9th Biennial Conference Helsinki, Finland) Volume 1(The importance of pilot studies. Social Research Update Issue 35 Guildford: Department of Sociology, University of Surrey http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/sru/SRU35.html (Accessed 13/11/03)&1995) When an irresistible epistemology meets an immovable ontology. Social Work Research19 (1)(1984) Measurement in nursing research. Philadelphia, PA: F.C. Davis, & (2000) Single-case experimental designs. 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Appendix A: Computer Programs for Design and Analysis[Page 338]AnSWR 6.4
Purpose: A software system for co-ordinating and conducting large-scale, team-based analysis projects that integrate qualitative and quantitative techniques. It allows the collection of data from different sources, including observational notes, interview transcriptions, historical documents and standardized questionnaires. Includes tools for controlling access to the database and assigning different levels of user rights to the research team.
Publisher: Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Atlanta GA 30333 USAANTHROPAC 4.98
Purpose: Menu-driven DOS program for collecting and analysing data on cultural domains. Collects and analyses structured qualitative and quantitative data, performs consensus analysis and multiple regression. Includes techniques that are unique to anthropology.
Publisher: Analytic Technologies. 11 Ohlin Lane Harvard MA 01451 USAAQUAD v5.8
Purpose: Interprets text using one- or two-step coding and analyses words using single word counts and lists. Differentiates between speakers and will copy text segments, retrieve text by number line, code or key words.
Publisher: Verlag Ingeborg Huber. Postfach 46 Schwangau, GermanyATLAS ti
Purpose: Visual qualitative analysis of large bodies of textual, graphical, audio or video data. Includes a variety of tools for accomplishing the tasks associated with a systematic approach to qualitative data.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SP
BEST (Behavioural Evaluation Strategy and Taxonomy Software)
Purpose: Two separate but integrated modules that facilitate the real-time collection and analysis of observational category system data. Records multiple, mutually exclusive and overlapping events, creates categories, can be used to formulate different observation systems and records information live or on synchronized videotape.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPCDC EX Text
Purpose: Creates, manages and analyses semi-structured qualitative databases from templates tailored to researchers questionnaires. Online codebooks can be created which allow the application of codes to specific responses and data may be exported in a variety of formats for further analysis with other software programs. Software may be downloaded from CDC website.
Publisher: Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Atlanta GA 30333 USAC-I-SAID
Purpose: Facilitates the study and analysis of documents usually based on interviews or dialogues. Supports quantitative and qualitative analysis of sound, video or text, and provides different methods for coding source data.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPCODE-A-TEXT
Purpose: A multimedia system for the analysis of recorded dialogues, interview transcripts and protocols with individuals or groups.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPDecision Explorer 3.1
Purpose: Generates a map of issues involved in complex situations which can then be explored and analysed.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SP[Page 339]DICTION 5.0
Purpose: A Windows-based program that searches a passage for five general features and can determine the tone of a verbal message.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPENDNOTE 5.0
Purpose: ‘Cite while you write’ bibliographic software. Can be used to search online databases, organize references and create instant bibliographies. Integrates with Microsoft Word so that citations can be located and inserted without leaving a Word document.
Publisher: ISI ResearchSoft 3501 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 USAEPI INFO
Purpose: Epidemiological program for word processing, data management and analysis designed for health care professionals. Has questionnaire design function and can generate geographical maps with data.
Publisher: Division of Surveillance, Epidemiology and Prevention. Center for Disease Control (CDC) Atlanta GA 30333 USAETHNOGRAPH 5.0
Purpose: Codes and analyses textual qualitative data.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPGBSTAT 6.5
Purpose: Statistics and graphics package, which can manipulate and analyse data from virtually any source and export them to familiar graphics packages. [Available in both Macintosh and Windows versions.]
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPGENSTAT
Purpose: A sophisticated package for the manipulation and analysis of experimental data.
Publisher: VSN International Ltd. 5 The Waterhouse Waterhouse Street Hemel Hempstead Herts P1 1ES UKHyperRESEARCH
Purpose: A qualitative data analysis tool for Mackintosh and PC which works with text or multimedia data. The hypothesis tester presents data for examination similar to statistical analysis.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPMAXqda
Purpose: Analyses qualitative textual data and interfaces with Internet Explorer and MS Office applications to edit existing documents.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPMethodologist's Toolchest 3.0
Purpose: Consists of nine modules which each address a specific aspect of the research process – developing a sound research design, funding proposal, thesis or dissertation. It is fully integrated and accessed through a single application.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPMINITAB 13
Purpose: Statistical analysis and graphics software, which will perform a wide range of analyses from the simple to the complex.
Publisher: Minitab Inc. Quality Plaza 1829 Pine Hall Road State College PA 16801–3008 USAPROCITE
Purpose: For the management and access of references, including search and web-based facilities.
Publisher: Adept Scientific plc. Amor Way Letchworth Herts SG6 1ZAQSR N6
Purpose: Designed for researchers making sense of complex data, N6 offers a complete toolkit for rapid coding, thorough exploration and rigorous management and analysis. With a full command language for automating, coding and searching, and a Command Assistant that formats the command for you. Coded material is displayed for reflection, revision of coding and coding-on to new categories. With searches of coding or text accessed by visual displays, the researcher can test hypotheses, locate patterns or pursue a line of inquiry to a confident conclusion. Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPQSR Nvivo 2.0
Purpose: For qualitative research, combines rich, editable text with code-based theorizing, searches and the ability to embed sound, image and other files into documents.
[Page 340]Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPReference Manager
Purpose: Database software for the creation of references and bibliographies.
Publisher: Adept Scientific plc. Amor Way Letchworth Hertfordshire SG6 1ZAResults for Research
Purpose: Interviewing software.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPSPHINX SURVEY 4.0
Purpose: A package for the design and production of questionnaires and the conduct of surveys on the Internet. Also assists with the collection of responses, analysis of data and report generation. Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SPSPSS 12.0
Purpose: SPSS is a modular product for the analytical process, including planning, data collecting, data access, data management and preparation, analysis, reporting and deployment. Generates decision-making information quickly using statistics, effectively presents results with tabular and graphical output. Uses a variety of reporting methods, including secure Web publishing.
Publisher: SPSS Inc. 233 S. Wacker Drive 11th floor Chicago, IL 60606–6307winMax
Purpose: A tool for text analysis that can be used for Grounded Theory oriented ‘code and retrieve’ analysis as well as for more sophisticated text analysis, enabling both qualitative and quantitative procedures to be combined. Codes can be weighted to give a measure of the significance of a piece of coding, making it possible to retrieve only the most important segments given a particular coding. Codes can easily be copied, merged, split or deleted as your requirements become clearer while you explore the text.
Publisher: Scolari. Sage Publications 1 Oliver's Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SP
Appendix B: Journals[Page 341]
A number of journals regularly report on or present research findings or discuss methodology. This list is not comprehensive, rather it should be seen as an indicator of the breadth of specialist journals and reflects the sources used in this bibliography.AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute & Critical Care (USA)AAOHN Journal (American Association of Occupational Health Nurses)Academic Medicine (USA)Accident and Emergency Nursing (USA)ACP Journal Club (USA)Active Learning in Higher Education (UK)Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly (USA)Addiction (UK)Advanced Nursing Practice Quarterly (USA)Advances in Nursing Science (USA)Affilia – Journal of Women & Social Work (USA)Aging Today (USA)Aihaj (USA)AJIC: American Journal of Infection ControlAlternative Therapy in Health & Medicine (USA)American Journal of Clinical NutritionAmerican Journal of EpidemiologyAmerican Journal of EvaluationAmerican Journal of Health BehaviorAmerican Journal of Hospice and Palliative CareAmerican Journal of Occupational TherapyAmerican Journal of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationAmerican Journal of PsychiatryAmerican Journal of Public HealthAmerican Journal of Sports MedicineANNA Journal (American Nephrology Nurses’ Association)Annals of Epidemiology (USA)Annual Review of Nursing Research (USA)Annual Review of Psychology (USA)Anthropology and Medicine (UK)AORN Journal – Association of Operating Room Nurses (USA)Applied Nursing Research (USA)Applied Nursing Research Online (USA)Applied Statistics (UK)Archives of Psychiatric Nursing (USA)Art Therapy – Journal of the American Art Therapy AssociationASHA Leader (USA)Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education (UK)Australian & New Zealand Journal of Mental Health NursingAustralian College of Midwives JournalAustralian Critical CareAustralian Emergency Nursing JournalAustralian Health ReviewAustralian Journal of Advanced NursingAustralian Occupational Therapy JournalAvante (Canada)Behavioral Medicine (USA)Bibliotheca Medica CanadianaBioethics (UK)British Educational Research JournalBritish Journal of Clinical GovernanceBritish Journal of Family PlanningBritish Journal of Guidance and CounsellingBritish Journal of Learning DisabilitiesBritish Journal of MidwiferyBritish Journal of NursingBritish Journal of Occupational TherapyBritish Journal of Perioperative NursingBritish Journal of Social WorkBritish Medical JournalBulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique (France)Bulletin of Medical Ethics (UK)Bulletin of the Medical Library Association (USA)Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics (UK)Canadian Journal of Community Mental HealthCanadian Journal of Nursing AdministrationCanadian Journal of Nursing LeadershipCanadian Journal of Nursing ResearchCanadian Journal of Occupational TherapyCanadian Journal of Policy ResearchCanadian Journal of Public HealthCanadian Journal of Rehabilitation (ceased publication)Canadian NurseCanadian Oncology Nursing JournalCancer Nursing (USA)Cannt Journal (Canada)Chart (USA)Child: Care, Health and Development (UK)Children and Society (UK)Children and Youth Services Review (UK)Chinese Nursing Research (China)Chronolog (USA)[Page 342]CINAHLnews (USA)Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing (UK)Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners (USA)Clinical Nurse Specialist (USA)Clinical Nursing Research (USA)Clinical Rehabilitation (UK)CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association JournalCochrane Library (UK)Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing, AustraliaCommunity Mental Health Journal (USA)Community Practitioner (UK)Complementary Therapies in Medicine (UK)Complexity and Chaos in Nursing (USA)Computers in Libraries (USA)Computers in Nursing (USA)Contemporary Nurse: a Journal for the Australian Nursing ProfessionCrime and Delinquency (USA)Critical Care Nurse (USA)CRNA – the Clinical Forum for Nurse Anesthetists (USA)Cross-cultural Research – The Journal of Comparative Social Science (USA)Cultura de Los Cuidados (Spain)Curationis: South African Journal of NursingCurrent Paediatrics (UK)Current Sociology (UK)Cyberskeptic's Guide to Internet Research (USA)Death Studies (USA)Developmental Review (USA)Diabetes Educator (USA)Disability and Society (UK)Educational Action Research: an International Journal (UK)Educational ManagementEducational Research (UK)Educational Researcher (USA)Educational Review (UK)Emergency Medicine (USA)Enfermería Clínica (Spain)Ethnography (UK)EUNurseEuropean Journal of Oncology Nursing (UK)Evaluation (UK)Evaluation and Research in Education (UK)Evaluation and the Health Professions (USA)Evaluation: the International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice (UK)Evidence-based Nursing (UK)Family Journal: Counseling & Therapy for Couples and Families (USA)Family PractitionerFeminism and Psychology (UK)Feminist Review (UK)Gastroenterology Nursing (USA)General Hospital Psychiatry (USA)Graduate Research in Nursing Online (USA)Hastings Center Report (USA)Health (USA)Health and Social Care in the Community (UK)Health and Social Work (UK)Health Care on the Internet (USA)Health Care SupervisorHealth Education (USA)Health Education Journal (UK)Health Education Research (UK)Health Expectations (UK)Health Informatics (UK)Health Information for Libraries (UK) (formerly Health Libraries Review)Health Libraries Review (UK)Health Promotion Practice (USA)Health Services Management Research (UK)Health Services Research (USA)Health Technology Assessment (UK)Health Visitor (UK)Health: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine (UK)Hoitotiede (Finland)Home Healthcare Nurse (USA)Hospice Journal (USA)Hospital and Health Service AdministrationIcus and Nursing Web Journal (Greece)Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship (USA) (now Journal of Nursing Scholarship)Information World Review (UK)Inquiry (USA)Inside Case Management (USA)Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (USA)Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (UK)International Electronic Journal of Health Education (USA)International History of Nursing Journal (UK)International Journal for Quality in Health Care (UK)International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (USA)International Journal of Clinical Practice (UK)International Journal of Eating Disorders (USA)International Journal of Health Promotion and Education (UK)International Journal of Nursing Studies (UK)International Journal of Palliative Nursing (UK)International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (UK)International Journal of Quality Science (UK)International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory and Practice (UK)International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy (UK)[Page 343]International Nursing (Switzerland) (formerly International Nursing Review)Internet Medicine (USA)Internet Reference Services Quarterly (USA)Issues in Mental Health Nursing (USA)JAMA: Journal of the American Medical AssociationJCN Online (UK)Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine (UK)Journal of Advanced Nursing (UK)Journal of Allied Health (USA)Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (USA)Journal of Applied Research in Clinical & Experimental Therapeutics (USA)Journal of Audiological Medicine (UK)Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics (USA)Journal of Clinical Effectiveness (UK)Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (USA)Journal of Clinical Governance (UK)Journal of Clinical Nursing (UK)Journal of Community Nursing (UK)Journal of Community Practice (USA)Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (USA)Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (UK)Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing (USA)Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (USA)Journal of Education for Teaching (UK)Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (UK)Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (UK)Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice (UK)Journal of Family Nursing (USA)Journal of Health Service Research and Policy (UK)Journal of Law and Health (USA)Journal of Management in Medicine (UK)Journal of Management Studies (UK)Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (USA)Journal of Medical Ethics (UK)Journal of Mental Health and Aging (USA)Journal of Mental Health Counseling (USA)Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health (USA)Journal of Neonatal Nursing (UK)Journal of Nursing Administration (USA)Journal of Nursing Care Quality (USA)Journal of Nursing Education (USA)Journal of Nursing Management (UK)Journal of Nursing Scholarship (USA) (formerly Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health (UK)Journal of Pediatric Health Care (USA)Journal of Pediatric Nursing (USA)Journal of Phenomenological Psychology (USA)Journal of Professional Nursing (USA)Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (USA)Journal of Quality in Clinical Practice (Australia)Journal of Rheumatology (Canada)Journal of Social Issues (USA)Journal of Teaching in Social Work (USA)Journal of the American Academy of Nurse PractitionersJournal of the American Dietetic AssociationJournal of the American Informatics AssociationJournal of the American Medical AssociationJournal of the American Medical Informatics AssociationJournal of the American Society for Information Science & TechnologyJournal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC) (USA)Journal of the Medical Library Association (USA)Journal of the Neuromusculoskeletal System (USA)Journal of the Society of Pediatric Nurses (USA)Journal of the WOCN (Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society) (USA)Journal of Transcultural Nursing (USA)Journal of Women's Health (USA)Lancet (UK)Managing Clinical Nursing (UK)MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child NursingMedical Education (UK)Medical Reference Services Quarterly (USA)Mental Health Care and Learning Disabilities (UK)Mentoring and Tutoring (UK)Metas de Enfermeria (Spain)Midirs Midwifery Digest (UK)Millbank Quarterly (USA)Modern Midwife (UK)National Academies of Practice Forum: Issues in Interdisciplinary Care (USA)National Network (USA)New England Journal of Medicine (USA)New Zealand Journal of Medical Laboratory SciencesNew Zealand Journal of PhysiotherapyNLM Technical Bulletin (USA)NT Research (UK)Nurse Author & Editor (USA)Nurse Education in Practice (UK)Nurse Education Today (UK)Nurse Educator (USA)Nurse Researcher: the International Journal of Research Methodology in Nursing and Health Care (UK) (formerly Nurse Researcher)Nursing (USA)Nursing & Residential Care (UK)[Page 344]Nursing and Health Care Perspectives (USA)Nursing and Health Sciences (Australia)Nursing Diagnosis (USA)Nursing Ethics: an International Journal for Health Care Professionals (UK)Nursing Forum (USA)Nursing Inquiry (Australia)Nursing Outlook (USA)Nursing Philosophy (UK)Nursing Research (China)Nursing Research (USA)Nursing Review (Ireland)Nursing Science Quarterly (USA)Nursing Spectrum (New England edition) (USA)Nursing Standard (UK)Nursing Standard Online (UK)Nursing Times (UK)Nursing Times Learning Curve (UK)Occupational Therapy: Journal of Research (USA)Oncology Nursing Forum (USA)Online (USA)Online and CDROM Review (UK)Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (USA)Online Journal of Knowledge Synthesis for Nursing (USA)Oral History (UK)Organizational Research Methods (USA)ORL – Head and Neck Nursing (USA)Orthopedic Nursing Journal (USA)Ostomy Wound Management (USA)Outcomes Management in Nursing Practice (USA)Paediatric Nursing (UK)Pan American Journal of Public Health (USA)Pflege (Germany)Philosophy of the Social Sciences (USA)Physical Therapy (USA)Physiotherapy Research International (UK)Physiotherapy Theory and Practice (USA)Practising Midwife (UK)Primary Health Care – Research and Development (UK)Professional Nurse (UK)Professioni Infermieristiche (Italy)Psychoanalytic Psychology (USA)Psychological Bulletin (USA)Psychologist (UK)Public Health Nursing (USA)Public Health Reports (USA)Qualitative Health Research (USA)Qualitative Research (UK)Radiologic Technology (USA)Recherche en Soins Infirmiers (France)Reflections (USA)Reflections on Higher Education (UK)Rehabilitation Education (USA)Rehabilitation Psychology (USA)Research in Education (UK)Research in Nursing and Health (USA)Research on Social Work Practice (USA)Research Practitioner (USA)Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem (Brazil)RN (USA)Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences (Norway)Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice (USA)Scientometrics (USA)Searcher: the Magazine for Database Professionals (USA)Seminars in Oncology Nursing (USA)Social Research Update (UK)Social Science and Medicine (UK)Social Science Computer Review (USA)Social Sciences in Health – International Journal of Research and Practice (UK)Social Work (USA)Social Work Research (USA)Sociological Methodology (USA)Sociological Research Online (UK)Studies in the Education of Adults (UK)Systematic Practice and Action ResearchTexto & Contexto Enfermagem (Portuguese)The Laryngoscope (USA)The Qualitative Report (online)Third World Quarterly (UK)Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation (USA)Topics in Health Information Management (USA)Value in Health (USA)Vard I Norden Nursing Science and Research in the Nordic Countries (Denmark)Visions: the Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science (USA)Western Journal of Nursing Research (USA)Women and Health (USA)Work: American Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitations
Appendix C: Sage Publications[Page 345]
This appendix gives details of five series of books relating to research methodology, some of which have been included in the text.
The information has been provided by Sage Publications and indicates books in print and forthcoming as at 2004.
For up-to-date information please visit:Applied Social Research Methods SeriesMethods for Policy Research. , 1984 Paper (0–8039–2060–1)Linking Auditing and Meta-Evaluation: Enhancing Quality in Applied Research. and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2968–4)Ethics and Values in Applied Social Research. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2632–4)On Time and Method. and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3047-X)Synthesizing Research: a Guide for Literature Reviews (3rd edition). , 1998 Paper (0–7619–1348–3)Research in Health Care Settings. and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2875–0)Ethnography: Step by Step (2nd edition). , 1998 Paper (0–7619–1385–8)Participant Observation: a Methodology for Human Studies. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–2877–7)Ethnography: Step by Step. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–2891–2)Integrating Research: a Guide for Literature Reviews (2nd edition). , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3431–9)Standardized Survey Interviewing Minimizing Interviewer-related Error. Jr. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3093–3)Productivity Measurement: a Guide for Managers and Evaluators. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3152–2)Focus Groups: Theory and Practice. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3390–8)Practical Sampling. , 1990 Paper (0–8039–2959–5)Decision Research: a Field Guide. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3269–3)Research with Hispanic Populations. and , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3721–0)Internal Evaluation: Building Organizations from Within. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3201–4)Computer Simulation Applications: an Introduction. and , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3246–4)Studying Families. and , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3248–0)Event History Analysis. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3324-X)Meta-analytic Procedures for Social Research. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–4246-X)Research in Educational Settings. and , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4208–7)Researching Persons with Mental Illness. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–3604–4)[Page 346]Planning Ethically Responsible Research: a Guide for Students and Internal Review Boards. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–3964–7)Applied Research Design: a Practical Guide. , and , 1993 Paper (0–8039–3234–0)Doing Urban Research. and , 1993 Paper (0–8039–3989–2)Secondary Research: Information Sources and Methods (2nd edition). and , 1993 Paper (0–8039–5037–3)Telephone Survey Methods: Sampling Selection, and Supervision (2nd edition). , 1993 Paper (0–8039–5307–0)Diagnosing Organizations: Methods, Models, and Processes (2nd edition). , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5645–2)Group Techniques for Idea Building (2nd edition). , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5643–6)Introduction to Facet Theory: Content Design and Intrinsic Data Analysis in Behavioral Research. and with , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5671–1)Graphing Data: Techniques for Display and Analysis. 1994 Paper (0–8039–5675–4)Research Methods in Special Education. and , 1994 Paper (0–8039–4809–3)Improving Survey Questions: Design and Evaluation. Jr., 1995 Paper (0–8039–4583–3)Data Collection and Management: a Practical Guide. and , 1995 Paper (0–8039–5657–6)Mail Surveys: Improving the Quality. , 1995 Paper (0–8039–4663–5)Qualitative Research Design: an Interactive Approach. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–7329–2)Analyzing Costs, Procedures, Processes, and Outcomes in Human Services: an Introduction. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–4786–0)Doing Legal Research: a Guide for Social Scientists and Mental Health Professionals. , and , 1997 Paper (0–8039–3429–7)Randomized Experiments for Planning and Evaluation: a Practical Guide. , 1997 Paper (0–8039–3510–2)Measuring Community Indicators: a Systems Approach to Drug and Alcohol Problems. , , and , 1997 Paper (0–7619–0685–1)Mixed Methodology: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. and , 1998 Paper (0–7619–0071–3)Narrative Research: Reading, Analysis and Interpretation. , and , 1998 Paper (0–7619–1043–3)Communicating Social Science Research to Policymakers. and , 1998 Paper (0–8039–7216–4)Practical Meta-Analysis. and , 2000 Paper (0–7619–2168–0)Survey Research Methods (3rd edition). Jr., 2001 Paper (0–7619–2191–5)Interpretive Interactionism (2nd edition). , 2001 Paper (0–7619–1514–1)Applications of Case Study Research (2nd edition). , 2003 Paper (0–7619–2551–1)Case Study Research: Design and Methods (3rd edition). , 2003 Paper (0–7619–2553–8)Scale Development: Theory and Applications ([Page 347]2nd edition). , 2003 Paper (0–7619–2605–4)Need Analysis: Tools for the Human Services and Education (2nd edition). , 2004 Paper (0–7619–2618–6)Introducing Qualitative Methods SeriesDoing Conversation Analysis: A Practical Guide. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–5586–0)Using Foucault's Methods. and , 1998 Paper (0–7619–5717–0)Qualitative Evaluation. , 1999 Paper (0–7619–5690–5)Researching Life Stories and Family Histories. , 1999 Paper (0–7619–6092–9)The Quality of Qualitative Research. , 1999 Paper (0–7619–5598–4)Categories in Text and Talk. , 2000 Cloth (0–7619–5666–2) (hardback only)Focus Groups in Social Research. , and , 2000 Paper (0–7619–5743-X)Researching the Visual. and , 2000 Paper (0–7619–5846–0)Methods of Critical Discourse Analysis. and , 2001 Paper (0–7619–6154–2)Qualitative Research in Social Work. and , 2001 Paper (0–7619–6182–8)Qualitative Research Through Case Studies. , 2001 Paper (0–7619–6806–7)Qualitative Research in Information Systems: A Reader. and , 2002 Cloth (0–7619–6632–3) (hardback only)Gender and Qualitative Methods. , and , 2003 Paper (0–7619–6585–8)Qualitative Research in Education. , 2003 Paper (0–7619–6141–0)Using Documents in Social Research. , 2003 Paper (0–7619–5747–2)Doing Research in Cultural Studies. , 2003 Paper (0–7619–6505-X)Qualitative Research in Sociology. , 2003 Paper (0–7619–4861–9)Narratives in Social Science Research. , 2004 Paper (0–7619–4195–9)Criminological Research. and , 2004 Paper (0–7619–7407–5)Qualitative Methods for Health Research. and , 2004 Paper (0–7619–4771-X)Methods in Nursing Research SeriesEthnography in Nursing Research. and , 1999 Paper (0–7619–0874–9)Hermeneutic Phenomenological Research. Marlene Zichi Cohen, and , 2000 Paper (0–7619–1720–9)Meta-Study of Qualitative Health Research. , and , 2001 Paper (0–7619–2415–9)Qualitative Research Methods SeriesReliability and Validity in Qualitative Research. and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2470–4)Speaking of Ethnography. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2492–5)The Politics and Ethics of Fieldwork: Muddy Boots and Grubby Hands. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2517–4)[Page 348]Linking Data. and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2518–2)The Clinical Perspective in Fieldwork. , 1987 Paper (0–8039–2976–5)Membership Roles in Field Research. , 1987 Paper (0–8039–2578–6)Semiotics and Fieldwork. , 1987 Paper (0–8039–2640–5)Analyzing Field Reality. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3096–8)Systematic Data Collection. and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3074–7)Meta-Ethnography: Synthesizing Qualitative Studies. and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3023–2)Ethnostatistics: Qualitative Foundations for Quantitative Research. Jr., 1988 Paper (0–8039–3026–7)The Long Interview. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3353–3)Microcomputer Applications in Qualitative Research. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3120–4)Knowing Children: Participant Observation with Minors. Gary Alan Fine and , 1988 Paper (0–8039–3365–7)Interpretive Biography. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3359–2)Psychoanalytic Aspects of Fieldwork. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3474–4)Ethnographic Decision Tree Modeling. C.H. Gladwin, 1989 Paper (0–8039–3487–4)Writing up Qualitative Research. , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3793–8)Writing Strategies: Reaching Diverse Audiences. , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3522–6)Living the Ethnographic Life. , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3999-X)Selecting Ethnographic Informants. Edited by JeffreyC. Johnson, 1991 Paper (0–8039–3587–0)Analyzing Visual Data. and , 1992 Paper (0–8039–3435–1)Understanding Ethnographic Texts. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–3937-X)Archival Strategies and Techniques. , 1993 Paper (0–8039–4825–5)Case Study Methods. , Stephane Dufour and Dominic Fortin, 1993 Paper (0–8039–5416–6)Doing Critical Ethnography, Jim Thomas, 1993 Paper (0–8039–3923-X)Ethnography in Organizations. , 1993 Paper (0–8039–4379–2)Secrecy and Fieldwork. Jr., 1993 Paper (0–8039–4385–7)Narrative Analysis. Catherine Kohler Riessman, 1993 Paper (0–8039–4754–2)Emotions and Fieldwork. and , 1993 Cloth (0–8039–4721–6) Paper (0–8039–4722–4)Strategies for Interpreting Qualitative Data. , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5916–8)Dangerous Fieldwork. , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5661–4)Conversation Analysis: the Study of Talk-in-Interaction. , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5747–5)Ethnomethodology. , 1995 Paper (0–8039–4777–1)The Active Interview. and , 1995 Paper (0–8039–5895–1)[Page 349]Qualitative Media Analysis. , 1996 Paper (0–7619–0199-X)Studying Organizational Symbolism: What, How, Why? Michael Owen Jones, 1996 Paper (0–7619–0220–1)Insider/Outsider Team Research. and , 1996 Paper (0–8039–7159–1)Working with Sensitizing Concepts: Analytical Field Research. Will C. van den Hoonaard, 1997 Paper (0–7619–0207–4)Doing Team Ethnography: Warnings and Advice. and , 1997 Paper (0–7619–0667–3)Focus Groups as Qualitative Research (2nd edition). , 1997 Paper (0–7619–0343–7)A Narrative Approach to Organization Studies. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–0663–0)The Life Story Interview. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–0428-X)Employing Qualitative Methods in the Private Sector. , 1998 Paper (0–8039–5981–8)The Ethnographer's Method. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–0394–1)]Conducting Interpretive Policy Analysis. , 1999 Paper (0–7619–0827–7)Gender Issues in Ethnography (2nd edition). Carol A.B. Warren and Jennifer Kay Hackney, 2000 Paper (0–7619–1717–9)Exploratory Research in the Social Sciences. , 2001 Paper (0–7619–2399–3)Systematic Self-Observation. and , 2002 Paper (0–7619–2308-X)Discourse Analysis. and , 2002 Paper (0–7619–2362–4)Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences SeriesAnalysis of Ordinal Data. , and , 1970 Paper (0–8039–0795–8)Analysis of Nominal Data (2nd edition). H.T. Reynolds, 1977 Paper (0–8039–0653–6)Canonical Analysis and Factor Comparison. , 1977 Paper (0–8039–0655–2)Causal Modeling (2nd edition). , 1977 Paper (0–8039–0654–4)Cohort Analysis. , 1977 Paper (0–8039–0794-X)Operations Research Methods: as Applied to Political Science and the Legal Process. with Marian Neef, 1977 Paper (0–8039–0651-X)Tests of Significance 4. , 1977 Paper (0–8039–0652–8)Ecological Inference. Langbein and , 1978 Paper (0–8039–0941–1)Multidimensional Scaling 11. and , 1978 Paper (0–8039–0940–3)Analysis of'Covariance. and , 1979 Paper (0–8039–1164–5)Factor Analysis: Statistical Methods and Practical Issues. Jae-On Kim and , 1979 Paper (0–8039–1166–1)Introduction to Factor Analysis: What it is and How to do it. Jae-On Kim and , 1979 Paper (0–8039–1165–3)Multiple Indicators: an Introduction. and , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1369–9)Exploratory Data Analysis. and , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1370–2)[Page 350]Reliability & Validity. and , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1371–0)Analyzing Panel Data. , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1372–9)Discriminant Analysis. , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1491–1)Log-Linear Models. , 1980 Paper (0–8039–1492-X)Interrupted Time Series Analysis. , Richard McCleary, and Jr., 1980 Paper (0–8039–1493–8)Applied Regression: an Introduction. Michael S. Lewis-Beck, 1980 Paper (0–8039–1494–6)Research Designs. , 1981 Paper (0–8039–1709–0)Unidimensional Scaling. and , 1981 Paper (0–8039–1736–8)Magnitude Scaling: Quantitative Measurement of Opinions. , 1981 Paper (0–8039–1747–3)Multiattribute Evaluation. and , 1982 Paper (0–8039–0095–3)Dynamic Modeling: an Introduction. R. Robert Huckfeldt, C.W. Kohfeld and , 1982 Paper (0–8039–0946–2)Network Analysis. and , 1982 Paper (0–8039–1914-X)Interpreting and Using Regression. , 1982 Paper (0–8039–1915–8)Test Item Bias. , 1983 Paper (0–8039–1989–1)Mobility Tables. , 1983 Paper (0–8039–2056–3)Measures of Association. , 1983 Paper (0–8039–1974–3)Confirmatory Factor Analysis: a Preface to LISREL. J. Scott Long, 1983 Paper (0–8039–2044-X)Covariance Structure Models: an Introduction to LISREL. J. Scott Long, 1983 Paper (0–8039–2045–8)Introduction to Survey Sampling. , 1983 Paper (0–8039–2046–6)Achievement Testing: Recent Advances. , 1983 Paper (0–8039–2047–4)Nonrecursive Causal Models. , 1984 Paper (0–8039–2053–9)Matrix Algebra: an Introduction. , 1984 Paper (0–8039–2052–0)Introduction to Applied Demography: Data Sources and Estimation Techniques. Jr. and , 1984 Paper (0–8039–2134–9)Game Theory: Concepts and Applications. , 1984 Paper (0–8039–2050–4)Using Published Data: Errors and Remedies. , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2299-X)Bayesian Statistical Inference. , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2328–7)Cluster Analysis. and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2376–7)Linear Probability, Logit, and Probit Models. and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2133–0)Event History Analysis: Regression for Longitudinal Event Data. , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2055–5)Canonical Correlation Analysis: Uses and Interpretation. , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2392–9)Models for Innovation Diffusion. and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2136–5)Multiple Regression in Practice. and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2054–7)[Page 351]Stochastic Parameter Regression Models. and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2425–9)Using Microcomputers in Research. , C. Neal Tate and , 1985 Paper (0–8039–2457–7)Secondary Analysis of Survey Data. K. Jill Kiecolt and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2302–3)Multivariate Analysis of Variance. and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2310–4)The Logic of Causal Order. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2553–0)Introduction to Linear Goal Programming. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2564–6)Understanding Regression Analysis: an Introductory Guide. , and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2758–4)Randomized Response 58: a Method for Sensitive Surveys. Fox and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2309–0)Meta-Analysis: Quantitative Methods for Research Synthesis. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2756–8)Linear Programming 60: an Introduction. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2850–5)Multiple Comparisons. and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2051–2)Information Theory: Structural Models for Qualitative Data. , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2132–2)Survey Questions: Handcrafting the Standardized Questionnaire. and , 1986 Paper (0–8039–2743–6)Latent Class Analysis. , 1987 Paper (0–8039–2752–5)Analysis of Variance (2nd edition). and , 1987 Paper (0–8039–3001–1)Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists (2nd edition). Edited by , 1987 Paper (0–8039–3043–7)Three Way Scaling: a Guide to Multidimensional Scaling and Clustering. , Douglas Carroll and , 1987 Paper (0–8039–3068–2)Q Methodology. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2753–3)Analyzing Decision Making: Metric Conjoint Analysis. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2757–6)Rasch Models for Measurement. , 1988 Paper (0–8039–2741-X)Principal Components Analysis. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3104–2)Pooled Time Series Analysis. , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3160–3)Analyzing Complex Survey Data. Eun Sul Lee, and , 1989 Paper (0–8039–3014–3)Time Series Analysis: Regression Techniques (2nd edition). Jr., 1990 Paper (0–8039–3135–2)Understanding Significance Testing. , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3568–4)Experimental Design and Analysis. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3854–3)Metric Scaling: Correspondence Analysis. and , 1990 Paper (0–8039–3750–4)Basic Content Analysis (2nd edition). Robert Philip Weber, 1990 Paper (0–8039–3863–2)Expert Systems. , Jr. and , 1991 Paper (0–8039–4036-X)Data Theory and Dimensional Analysis. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–4178–1)Regression Diagnostics: an Introduction. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–3971-X)[Page 352]Computer-assisted Interviewing. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–4066–1)Contextual Analysis. , 1991 Paper (0–8039–4272–9)Summated Rating Scale Construction: an Introduction. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4341–5)Central Tendency and Variability. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4007–6)ANOVA: Repeated Measures. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4257–5)Processing Data: the Survey Example. and , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4741–0)Logit Modeling: Practical Applications. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4377–6)Analytic Mapping and Geographic Databases. G. David Garson and , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4752–6)Working with Archival Data: Studying Lives. Jr., and , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4262–1)Multiple Comparison Procedures. , 1992 Paper (0–8039–4177–3)Nonparametric Statistics: an Introduction. Jean Dickinson Gibbons, 1992 Paper (0–8039–3951–5)Nonparametric Measures of Association. Jean Dickinson Gibbons, 1993 Paper (0–8039–4664–3)Understanding Regression Assumptions. , 1993Paper (0–8039–4263-X)Regression with Dummy Variables. , 1993 Paper (0–8039–5128–0)Loglinear Models with Latent Variables. , 1993 Paper (0–8039–4310–5)Bootstrapping: a Nonparametric Approach to Statistical Inference. and , 1993 Paper (0–8039–5381-X)Maximum Likelihood Estimation: Logic and Practice. , 1993 Paper (0–8039–4107–2)Ordinal Log-Linear Models. Masako Ishii-Kuntz, 1994 Paper (0–8039–4376–8)Random Factors in ANOVA. and , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5090-X)Univariate Tests for Time Series Models. , and , 1994 Paper (0–8039–4991-X)Multivariate Tests for Time Series Models. , , and , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5440–9)Interpreting Probability Models: Logit, Probit, and Other Generalized Linear Models. Tim Futing Liao, 1994 Paper (0–8039–4999–5)Typologies and Taxonomies: an Introduction to Classification Techniques. , 1994 Paper (0–8039–5259–7)Data Analysis: an Introduction. Michael S. Lewis-Beck, 1995 Paper (0–8039–5772–6)Multiple Attribute Decision Making: an Introduction. K. Paul Yoon and Ching-Lai Hwang, 1995 Paper (0–8039–5486–7)Causal Analysis with Panel Data. , 1995 Paper (0–8039–3896–9)Chaos and Catastrophe Theories. , 1995 Paper (0–8039–5847–1)Basic Math for Social Scientists: Concepts. , 1995 Paper (0–8039–5875–7)Basic Math for Social Scientists: Problems and Solutions. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–7285–7)Calculus. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–7110–9)Regression Models: Censored, Sample Selected, or Truncated Data. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–5710–6)[Page 353]Tree Models of Similarity and Association. , 1996 Paper (0–8039–5707–6)Computational Modeling. and Timpone, 1996 Paper (0–8039–7270–9)LISREL Approaches to Interaction Effects in Multiple Regression. and , 1996 Paper (0–8039–7179–6)Analyzing Repeated Surveys. , 1997 Paper (0–8039–7398–5)Monte Carlo Simulation. , 1997 Paper (0–8039–5943–5)Statistical Graphics for Univariate and Bivariate Data. , 1997 Paper (0–7619–0083–7)Interaction Effects in Factorial Analysis of Variance. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–1221–5)Odds Ratios in the Analysis of Contingency Tables. Tam[ac]as Rudas, 1998 Paper (0–7619–0362–3)Statistical Graphics for Visualizing Multivariate Data. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–0899–4)Applied Correspondence Analysis: an Introduction, Sten Erik Clausen, 1998 Paper (0–7619–1115–4)Game Theory Topics: Incomplete Information, Repeated Games and N-Player Games. , Scott Gates and Brian D. Humes, 1998 Paper (0–7619–1016–6)Social Choice: Theory and Research. , 1998 Paper (0–7619–1406–4)Neural Networks. Hervé Abdi, Dominique Valentin and Betty Edelman, 1999 Paper only (0–7619–1440–4)Relating Statistics and Experimental Design. , 1999 Paper only (0–7619–1472–2)Latent Class Scaling Analysis. C. Mitchell Dayton, 1999 Paper (0–7619–1323–8)Sorting Data. A.P.M. Coxon, 1999 Paper only (0–8039–7237–7)Analyzing Documentary Accounts. , 1999 Paper only (0–7619–1743–8)Effect Size for ANOVA Designs. and , 1999 Paper only (0–7619–1550–8)Nonparametric Simple Regression. , 2000 Paper only (0–7619–1585–0)Logistic Regression. , 2000 Paper only (0–7619–2010–2)Translating Questionnaires and Other Research Instruments. and , 2000 Paper only (0–7619–1824–8)Multiple and Generalized Nonparametric Regression. , 2000 Paper only (0–7619–2189–3)Generalized Linear Models. , 2000 Paper only (0–7619–2055–2)Interaction Effects in Logistic Regression. , 2001 Paper only (0–7619–2207–5)Missing Data. , 2001 Paper only (0–7619–1672–5)Applied Logistic Regression Analysis (2nd edition). Scott Menard, 2001 Paper only (0–7619–2208–3)Spline Regression Models. and , 2001 Paper only (0–7619–2420–5)Logit and Probit. Vani Kant Borooah, 2002 Paper only (0–7619–2242–3)Correlation. and , 2002 Paper only (0–7619–2228–8)Longitudinal Research ([Page 354]2nd edition). Scott Menard, 2002 Paper only (0–7619–2209–1)Confidence Intervals. , 2003 Paper (0–7619–2499-X)Interaction Effects in Multiple Regression (2nd edition). James Jaccard, 2003 Paper only (0–7619–2742–5)Internet Data Collection. and , 2004 Paper only (0–7619–2710–7)
Appendix D: Sources of Definitions[Page 355]
‘Selection of terms and definitions is difficult because of indistinct lines between methodological issues and philosophical terms and debates.’ (Dictionary of Social Science Methods, 1983: vii)
Each definition included in this book has been obtained from published papers, glossaries or dictionaries and readers will note the variety of sources. Many different ones could have been included, but the authors have chosen those that appeared to be the most clear and concise.
Appendix E: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements[Page 379]
For over 60 years the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements has worked to serve the public interest and advance the field of measurement. Founded in 1939 by Oscar K. Buros, the Institute is dedicated to monitoring the quality of commercially published tests. In addition to promoting appropriate test selection, use and practice, the Buros Institute works to encourage improved test development and research through thoughtful, critical analysis of individual instruments and the promotion of an open dialogue regarding contemporary measurement issues.
The titles published by the Buros Institute are focused on providing consumers and other test users with accurate evaluations of the usefulness and effectiveness of commercially available tests. Related volumes concerning issues and topics within the field of assessment are also published as part of the Buros Institute catalog.Measurements Yearbook and Supplement Series
The cornerstone of the Buros Institute's publishing activities is the Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY). The MMY includes timely, consumer-oriented test reviews, providing evaluative information to promote and encourage informed test selection.
Typical MMY test entries include descriptive information, one or two professional reviews, and reviewer references. To be reviewed in the MMY a test must be commercially available, be published in the English language, and be new, revised, or widely used since it last appeared in the MMY series. Beginning in The Fourteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook, tests must also provide sufficient documentation supporting their technical quality to meet criteria for review.
Between the years 1988 and 1999, the Buros Institute produced Supplements to the Ninth through Thirteenth Mental Measurements Yearbooks. Beginning with the Fourteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook, volumes in the MMY series will be produced every 18 to 24 months and the Supplements will be discontinued.Electronic Access to Mental Measurements Yearbook Series
At the Buros Center for Testing's website (http://www.unl.edu/buros), search engines allow you to examine a large amount of information on tests and testing. ‘Test Reviews Online’ is a web-based service of the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements. Test reviews are available to individual users exactly as they appear in the Ninth through Fifteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook series. In addition, monthly updates are provided from our latest review database. For a small fee, users may download reviews for over 2,000 tests that include specifics on test purpose, population, publication date, administration time and descriptive test critiques.
The Mental Measurements Yearbook Database currently is available from OVID/SilverPlatter at many academic libraries. Containing the text of the Ninth through the Fifteenth Mental Measurements Yearbooks, the MMYD is updated every six months to ensure timely access to current information. The MMYD is available to libraries and organizations by subscription and may be provided as a stand-alone service for authorized users.Tests in Print
Tests in Print (TIP) serves as a comprehensive bibliography to all known commercially available tests that are currently in print in the English language. Now in its sixth edition, TIP provides vital information to users, including test purpose, test publisher, in-print status, price, test acronym, intended test population, administration times, publication date(s), and test author(s). A score index permits users to identify what is being measured by each test. Tests in Print also guides readers to critical, candid test reviews published in the Mental Measurements Yearbook series. Tests in Print is an indispensable reference for professionals (including such areas as education, psychology, business) and anyone interested in the critical issues of tests and testing.[Page 380]Buros-Nebraska Series on Measurement and Testing
Addressing contemporary issues in testing, the Buros-Nebraska Series on Measurement and Testing provides a valuable resource for professionals and students in a variety of disciplines. The series identifies movements and concerns affecting the future of measurement, and provides an overview of current thinking and past trends. Each volume in the series focuses on a topic within the assessment field. Individual chapters are authored by noted professionals and address issues relevant to that area. Together the volumes provide unique insight and perspective not found in any other publication or series. (Please note: All titles in this series only are distributed directly through the Buros Institute.)Mental Measurements Yearbook Monographs
Mental Measurements Yearbook Monographs provide a unique historical perspective on the field of measurement. Each volume in the monograph series contains information and test reviews for instruments in a specialized area of testing. The reviews are drawn from the first seven editions in the Mental Measurements Yearbook series. A more recent collection of the monograph series is the Buros Desk Reference (BDR). These two books include test reviews compiled from the Sixth through the Thirteenth editions of the Mental Measurement Yearbook series in the specialist areas of school psychology and substance abuse.
(Permission has kindly been given by the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements to include the above material from the Publications Catalog on their website. For this we are most grateful. Further information about the publications themselves may be found on http://www.unl.edu/buros/catalog.html)
Key to Indexes[Page 381]Author Index
Items may be found by using either their individual numbers as in the author index, or by page number, using the subject index and expanded contents list at the beginning of the book.Key
* Original article or text 2.38 section number 2.38 EG example relevant to section 2.38.1 individual item/cross reference numberSubject Index
Items in this index have been generated from titles of books or articles, with occasional words from annotations for clarification, as titles are not always explicit. Because of the nature of this book it is not intended to be exhaustive so the main pages are featured, rather than each time a word appears in the text. Some entries include complete sections.