Professor Kenneth Benoit discusses political methodology and research methods. Political research primarily uses qualitative data and is messier than other sciences because humans are hard to measure. Benoit discusses research in the field and what it means to be an ethical researcher.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Kenneth Benoit discusses Political Methodology
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Politics & International Relations
- Subject: Research Methods for Politics & International Relations (general), Qualitative Analysis, Political Science Statistics
- Duration: 00:24:37
Keywords: avoidance learning, campaigns, causal explanation, complexity, computational limitations, computer programming, computing, computing methodologies, credibility, data analysis, data editing, deductive reasoning, empirical research, empirical research strategies, estimation, ethical codes, ethical considerations, ethical constraints, ethics / research ethics, evidence-based policy, evidence-based practice, experimental studies, explicit knowledge, Facebook, ideologies, informed consent, innovation, interpretation (research), investigation techniques, legality and discretion, legislation, manipulation, measurement, methodology, observational research, political discourse, political issues, political representation, political research, political science, politics, press releases, programming, psychology, quantitative versus qualitative methods, refugees, replication (evaluation), research, research design, research funding, research methodology, research questions, Scaling, Scientific method, Social data, Social media, Software, Standards, text analysis, thesis, Twitter, understanding (cognition)
Academic: Kenneth BenoitOnline ISBN: 9781473976023Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016