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    There is an ever-increasing range of helpful published guides to various parts of, or approaches to, the research process. These include:
    1. The complete guide to writing your dissertation: advice, techniques and insights to help you enhance your grades - Steve Ball 2012

      Book  Focuses on turning your research into a successful dissertation.

    2. Doing a successful research project: using qualitative or quantitative methods - Martin Davies, Nathan Hughes 2014

      Book  The recommended text for U65033 Research Methods.

    3. How to research - Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes, Malcolm Tight 2010

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    4. How to research - Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes, Malcolm Tight ©2010

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    5. Research using IT - Hilary Coombes 2001

      Book  This relatively short book actually works as an introductory guide to research in general, as well as serving its main function as a handbook on how to use IT resources to support your research.

    6. Research interviewing: the range of techniques - Bill Gillham 2005

      Book  This book, with its single focus, provides a really through introduction to the principles and practice of interviewing for research projects; a useful reference if your research makes extensive use of interviewing, though other books listed here also cover interviewing.

    7. Research interviewing: the range of techniques - Bill Gillham 2005

      Book  This book, with its single focus, provides a really through introduction to the principles and practice of interviewing for research projects; a useful reference if your research makes extensive use of interviewing, though other books listed here also cover interviewing.

    8. A gentle guide to research methods - Gordon Rugg, Marian Petre 2007

      Book  This is another new introduction to research in general; it is more discursive and 'wordy' than Martin Brett-Davies (see above), and hence harder to use as a quick reference, but you may like this approach.

    9. A gentle guide to research methods - Gordon Rugg, Marian Petre 2007

      Book  This is another new introduction to research in general; it is more discursive and 'wordy' than Martin Brett-Davies (see above), and hence harder to use as a quick reference, but you may like this approach.

    10. How to find information: a guide for researchers - Sally Rumsey 2008

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    11. Writing your dissertation: the best selling guide to planning,preparing and presenting first-class work - Derek Swetnam, Ruth Swetnam 2000

      Book  A simple and inexpensive guide.