Popular Research Methodology Books

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The Peregrine The Peregrine (Paperback)
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avg rating 4.20 — 4,558 ratings — published 1967
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Design for Real Life Design for Real Life (Paperback)
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avg rating 4.25 — 439 ratings — published 2016
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Research Methodology Research Methodology (Paperback)
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avg rating 4.00 — 9 ratings — published 2009
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“... we can define concept as a logical, mental construction of one or more relationships. [...] It is purely mental, is logical, and can be described; it has been reasoned through sufficiently and presented with clarity. As such, a concept is inherently abstract (takes some things as given or assumed)”
Don E. Ethridge, Research Methodology in Applied Economics: Organizing, Planning, and Conducting Economic Research

“There’s no discovery without a search and there’s no rediscovery without a research. Every discovery man ever made has always been concealed. It takes searchers and researchers to unveil them, that’s what make an insightful leader.”
Benjamin Suulola

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