[Air-L] undergraduate research methods

Todd Harper laevantine at gmail.com
Thu Aug 16 12:31:40 PDT 2012

I dunno how new it is, but when someone wants a "how do I pick a method and
structure this study?" book I always point them at Creswell --
because I've had such success with it in the past (and it was one of
texts I learned on, as you might expect). I assigned bits and pieces of
this to my game player research undergrads in the spring and it worked
pretty well.

On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 3:18 PM, Unsworth,Kristene <ku26 at drexel.edu> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I've recently agreed to mentor a student through his senior year research
> thesis. He is in a science, technology and society program but wants to
> focus on surveillance and security issues...which is where I came in.
> Do any of you know of a good research methods text that I could direct him
> to as he starts this process? I know of some of the standards: Patton,
> Bouma, Lincoln and Denzin, but wanted to reach out in case any of you have
> had good experiences with newer texts.
> Thanks a bunch,
> Kris
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Todd Harper
Postdoctoral Researcher, Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab --
laevantine at gmail.com

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