Professor Russell K. Schutt discusses social research, how it differs from other scientific research, and the role it plays in society. He describes several of his research projects and highlights major ways research has impacted the workplace.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Russ Schutt 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 Organizations, Institutions & Structure (general)
- Duration: 00:48:22
Keywords: addiction, agency and empowerment, airlines, authoritarian leadership, birth control, book clubs and reading groups, challenges, issues, and controversies, complexity, complexity of decision making, data analysis, diversity, egalitarian relationships, embodiment, Emile Durkheim, emotion, empathy, engaged scholarship, errors, evidence-based practice, group homes, homelessness and health, human relations, hypothesis testing, influential texts and figures of veneration, knowledge creation, Latino health and behavior, mixed methods, motivation, personal experience, police discretion, policy and advocacy, poverty and mothering, probationers attitudes, racial differences in juvenile justice, reading (activity), recidivism, research methods, Robert Michels, Science achievement, Science and politics, Scientific management, Self-efficacy/perceived competence, Seymour Martin Lipset, Social change, Social environment in industry, Social media, Social research, social science, Social structures, Social support, Stakeholders, Subject and subjectivity, Substance abuse and dependence, Survey methods, technology, time factors, unions, unions and political activity
Academic: Russell K. SchuttOnline ISBN: 9781473999312Copyright: © SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017