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Making Sense

Making Sense Author Margot Northey
ISBN-10 019543370X
Release 2011
Pages 262
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The newest book in the best-selling Making Sense series, Making Sense in the Life Sciences is an indispensable guide for students in any area of the life sciences - including biology, biochemistry, health sciences, pharmacology, and zoology. Designed specifically for students in the lifesciences, this book outlines general principles of style, grammar, and usage, while covering such topics as writing essays and lab reports, conducting research, evaluating Internet sources, using electronic journal databases, documenting sources, and preparing resumes and application letters.Maintaining the clear, straightforward style of the other books in the series, Making Sense in the Life Sciences is an invaluable resource for students throughout their academic careers and beyond.



Making Sense

Making Sense Author Margot Northey
ISBN-10 PSU:000057213200
Release 2005
Pages 272
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Designed specifically for students in the social sciences, this useful guide outlines the basic principles of grammar, punctuation, usage, as well as discusses research design, theory, measurement, and argument.



Making Sense in the Social Sciences

Making Sense in the Social Sciences Author Margot Northey
ISBN-10 0199010196
Release 2015-03-02
Pages 296
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Part of the bestselling Making Sense series, this sixth edition of Making Sense in the Social Sciences is an indispensable guide for students in any area of the discipline. Maintaining the signature straightforward style of the series, this book offers up-to-date, detailed information onproper documentation guidelines, essay and report writing, different methods of qualitative and quantitative research, ethical research, and more.



Making Sense in the Social Sciences Making Sense in the Social Sciences

Making Sense in the Social Sciences  Making Sense in the Social Sciences Author Margot Northey
ISBN-10 019544583X
Release 2012-04-05
Pages 288
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This text is a clear and concise guide to research and writing for students at all levels of undergraduate studies. Making Sense in the Social Sciences is intended for students in any social sciences course containing research/writing components.



Making Sense of Social Studies

Making Sense of Social Studies Author David Jenness
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4450633
Release 1990
Pages 479
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Traces the history of the social studies curriculum since 1930, and considers such current concerns as the evidence of decline in social studies achievement and the role and impact of testing



The World and the Word Making Sense of Social Science in an Age of Conflict Opposition and Grace

The World and the Word  Making Sense of Social Science in an Age of Conflict  Opposition  and Grace Author Dr. Herbert L. Green Jr.
ISBN-10 9781543425628
Release 2017-08-24
Pages 838
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Jesus very presence as the New Testament age unfolded (1st century A.D.), engendered opposition, created confl ict, while ushering in grace. His ideas were considered radical. Why is this so? The NIV Archeological Study Bible (2005), NIV Student Bible, et al. and corroborating Extra-Biblical evidence provide a context for the Word view about Jesus in Biblical history, and supports aspects of the social and physical sciences in terms of cultural, socio-economic, political, historical, archeological, and philosophical (apologetics) evidence. As the pages of this book unfold, there is an internal consistency with social science and The Bible. However, where such consistency appeared to diverge, this author attempts to fi lter out the noise by applying critical thinking criteria to a Worldview that may not be consistent with the Word view. The goal of this book therefore is to provide some exposition (Greek apologia) of the Word and see how the World fi ts. Born again Christians can be credible scientists and not compromise Gods Word. After thoughtful reading please send refl ective comments to Dr. Herb Green, Jr. at [email protected]



Making Sense of Science

Making Sense of Science Author Steven Yearley
ISBN-10 0803986920
Release 2005
Pages 205
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This volume demystifies science studies and bridges the divide between social theory and the sociology of science.



Making Sense of the Social World

Making Sense of the Social World Author Daniel F. Chambliss
ISBN-10 9781452299761
Release 2012-01-31
Pages 344
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Making Sense of the Social World, fourth edition is an engaging introduction to social research for students who need to understand methodologies and results, but who may never conduct research themselves. It provides a balanced treatment of qualitative and quantitative methods, integrating substantive examples and research techniques throughout. It is written in a less formal style than many comparable texts, complete with practical examples drawn from everyday experience.



Making Sense of Social Research

Making Sense of Social Research Author Malcolm Williams
ISBN-10 0761964223
Release 2003-02-24
Pages 222
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This accessible, well-judged text provides students with a matchless introduction to generic research skills.



Starting Points Making Sense in the Social Sciences Pack

Starting Points   Making Sense in the Social Sciences Pack Author Lorne Tepperman
ISBN-10 0199009511
Release 2013-04-29
Pages 552
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Distinctly Canadian, Starting Points is an exciting new introduction to sociology. This indigenous, single-authored text builds on concepts and theories introduced at the beginning of each chapter, moving from historical figures and founding principles to the most current research, literature,and key sociologists working today. Highlighting significant individuals in the development of sociological thought, this book seeks to remind students that the study of sociology was built upon the diligence of particular people working in particular moments in time. Examining Canadian andinternational social phenomena and trends, this text provides a comprehensive examination of why studying sociology is important and how it applies to daily life. Current, engaging, and comprehensive, Starting Points helps students develop a solid foundation to the study of sociology.



Making Sense of Statistical Methods in Social Research

Making Sense of Statistical Methods in Social Research Author Keming Yang
ISBN-10 9781446243862
Release 2010-03-25
Pages 216
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Making Sense of Statistical Methods in Social Research is a critical introduction to the use of statistical methods in social research. It provides a unique approach to statistics that concentrates on helping social researchers think about the conceptual basis for the statistical methods they're using. Whereas other statistical methods books instruct students in how to get through the statistics-based elements of their chosen course with as little mathematical knowledge as possible, this book aims to improve students' statistical literacy, with the ultimate goal of turning them into competent researchers. Making Sense of Statistical Methods in Social Research contains careful discussion of the conceptual foundation of statistical methods, specifying what questions they can, or cannot, answer. The logic of each statistical method or procedure is explained, drawing on the historical development of the method, existing publications that apply the method, and methodological discussions. Statistical techniques and procedures are presented not for the purpose of showing how to produce statistics with certain software packages, but as a way of illuminating the underlying logic behind the symbols. The limited statistical knowledge that students gain from straight forward 'how-to' books makes it very hard for students to move beyond introductory statistics courses to postgraduate study and research. This book should help to bridge this gap.



Making Sense of Everyday Life

Making Sense of Everyday Life Author Susie Scott
ISBN-10 9780745658452
Release 2013-08-27
Pages 248
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This accessible, introductory text explains the importance of studying 'everyday life' in the social sciences. Susie Scott examines such varied topics as leisure, eating and drinking, the idea of home, and time and schedules in order to show how societies are created and reproduced by the apparently mundane 'micro' level practices of everyday life. Each chapter is organized around three main themes: 'rituals and routines', 'social order', and 'challenging the taken-for-granted', with intriguing examples and illustrations. Theoretical approaches from ethnomethodology, Symbolic Interactionism and social psychology are introduced and applied to real-life situations, and there is clear emphasis on empirical research findings throughout. Social order depends on individuals following norms and rules which are so familiar as to appear natural; yet, as Scott encourages the reader to discover, these are always open to question and investigation. This user-friendly book will appeal to undergraduate students across the social sciences, including the sociology of everyday life, the sociology of emotions, social psychology and cultural studies, and will reveal the fascinating significance our everyday habits hold.



Making Sense of Marx

Making Sense of Marx Author Jon Elster
ISBN-10 0521297052
Release 1985-05-09
Pages 556
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A critical examination of the social theories of Karl Marx.



Thinking about Sociology Making Sense in the Social Sciences Pack

Thinking about Sociology   Making Sense in the Social Sciences Pack Author Karen L. Anderson
ISBN-10 0199009252
Release 2013-04-04
Pages 576
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Promoting the development of critical thinking skills throughout, this lively survey of core sociological concepts is a comprehensive introduction to the discipline. By exploring classic and current theories students will form an appreciation of the field's foundation while up-to-dateexamples, many of them Canadian, will help them understand the application of sociological principles in today's world. Compelling and timely, Thinking About Sociology will challenge students to rethink their own assumptions and their place within society.



Ways of Social Change

Ways of Social Change Author Garth Massey
ISBN-10 9781506306643
Release 2015-07-13
Pages 416
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The world is at our fingertips, but understanding what is going on has never been more daunting. Garth Massey’s Ways of Social Change is a primer for making sense of both rapidly moving events and the cultural and structural forces on which social life is built, while teaching critical thinking skills needed to understand social change. With an approach that is fresh, timely, challenging, and engaging, Ways of Social Change shows students how social change is both a lived experience and the result of our actions in the world. It invites the reader into the realm of social science, where clarification, understanding, and inquiry provide for both informed opinions and a path to effective involvement. The core of the book focuses on five forces that powerfully influence the direction, scope and speed of social change: science and technology, social movements, war and revolution, large corporations, and the state. A concluding chapter encourages students to examine their own perspectives and offers ways to engage in social change, now and in their lifetime.



Making Sense of Nature

Making Sense of Nature Author Noel Castree
ISBN-10 9781134613908
Release 2013-08-15
Pages 376
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We listen to a cacophony of voices instructing us how to think and feel about nature, including our own bodies. The news media, wildlife documentaries, science magazines, and environmental NGOs are among those clamouring for our attention. But are we empowered by all this knowledge or is our dependence on various communities allowing our thoughts, sentiments and activities to be unduly governed by others? Making Sense of Nature shows that what we call ‘nature’ is made sense of for us in ways that make it central to social order, social change and social dissent. By utilising insights and extended examples from anthropology, cultural studies, human geography, philosophy, politics, sociology, science studies, this interdisciplinary text asks whether we can better make sense of nature for ourselves, and thus participate more meaningfully in momentous decisions about the future of life – human and non-human – on the planet. This book shows how ‘nature’ can be made sense of without presuming its naturalness. The challenge is not so much to rid ourselves of the idea of nature and its ‘collateral concepts’ (such as genes) but instead, we need to be more alert to how, why and with what effects ideas about ‘nature’ get fashioned and deployed in specific situations. Among other things, the book deals with science and scientists, the mass media and journalists, ecotourism, literature and cinema, environmentalists, advertising and big business. This innovative text contains numerous case studies and examples from daily life to put theory and subject matter into context, as well as study tasks, a glossary and suggested further reading. The case studies cover a range of topics, range from forestry in Canada and Guinea, to bestiality in Washington State, to how human genetics is reported in Western newspapers, to participatory science experiments in the UK. Making Sense of Nature will empower readers from a wide range of fields across the social sciences, humanities and physical sciences.



Making Sense of Science

Making Sense of Science Author Cornelia Dean
ISBN-10 9780674978966
Release 2017-03-13
Pages 296
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Cornelia Dean draws on her 30 years as a science journalist with the New York Times to expose the flawed reasoning and knowledge gaps that handicap readers when they try to make sense of science. She calls attention to conflicts of interest in research and the price society pays when science journalism declines and funding dries up.