Building Basic Competencies in Social Work Research An Experimental Approach | Edition: 1
Author: Reginald O. York
publisher Date: 06/28/1996
Schools: University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Description: This book takes a unique approach to learning social work research methods, it covers all of the topics mandated by the CSWE, using a skill-building and hands-on approach. The authors intention is to turn students into “active learners” who practice various aspects of social work research, from conducting a literature review to developing methodology, analyzing data, and drawing conclusions, as they go through the material. Provides a “hands-on” approach that encourages active learning by having students learn a concept or principle and then put it into practice. Includes all CSWE-mandated research methods topics. Glossaries of terms at the ends of most chapters help students learn new vocabulary. For readers/students interested in Social Work Research Methods courses.