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By: Graham Bright

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Chapter 6: Getting to Grips with Research

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Getting to Grips with Research
Getting to grips with research
Graham Bright

A subtitle to this chapter might have been ‘It seemed like a good idea at the time’, a feeling that has pervaded the writing of this book for us at points! Planning is important to most endeavours, and especially to projects that are likely to take considerable time and effort. McLeod reflects that: The research literature tends to offer a neat and tidy representation of what research is like (2013b, p72). Research, like life, is not however always ‘neat’, especially for ...

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