The author explores the ways in which research terminology is used, and shows students
- how to use specialist research terminology appropriately
- how to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate uses of research terminology
- how to understand the meaning of research terms
- how to disseminate research in a style which is clear and easily understood
The book is for final year undergraduates and masters students in humanities, education and social science subjects.
Paul Oliver is a widely-published author in the fields of education, philosophy and religious studies. He is currently principal lecturer in the School of Education and Professional Development, at the University of Huddersfield.
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