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Tratat de metodologie sociologica. Tehnici de investigatie de teren. Elaborarea proiectelor de interventie/ Treaty of Sociological Methodology. Investigation Techniques. Elaboration of Intervention Projects (Romanian Version)

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The volume presents systematic and organized sociological methods and investigation techniques, from the traditional ones such as observation, interviewing, documentation, together with techniques to investigate views about facts, questionnaire, scale, etc., and advanced techniques: network method, method of intervention project, Action Research method, together with a series of qualitative research techniques of social life. The book is useful both to researchers and students in sociology and social work and those who wish to outline an image over the sociology universe and its methods. No. pg. 500

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This book is provided by Editura Lumen, Department of Economics in its series Books of Social Work and Sociology with number 77 and published in 2003.
Volume: 1
Edition: 1
Handle: RePEc:lum:booksc:77
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