Professor Daniel Chambliss describes his career in social science and the impact social research has outside of academia. He highlights debates on crime rates and single motherhood, and he discusses research he has done in athletic training, nursing, and college student learning.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Dan Chambliss Discusses Social Research
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Sociology
- Subject: Research Methods for Sociology, Crime & Deviance (general), Sociology of Sport
- Duration: 00:16:22
Keywords: athletes, broken windows theory, causes of crime in America, challenges, issues, and controversies, change detection, coaching, college instruction, crime rates, criminology, debates, digital technology, evidence gathering, existentialism, family, fear, group dynamics, impact of science on twentieth-century education, nursing, phenomenology (philosophy), public policy, race relations, random sampling, reactivity, research methods, Single mothers, Skepticism, Social change, Social psychology, Social research, Statistics, Survey methods, theory (victimology and crime prevention), work (economic activity), World War II
Academic: Daniel ChamblissOnline ISBN: 9781473999374Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017