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050 00 HV11|b.C7925 2017 
082 04 361.3072|222 
100 1  Csiernik, Rick,|eauthor 
245 10 Practising social work research :|bcase studies for 
       learning /|cRick Csiernik, Rachel Birnbaum 
250    Second Edition 
264  1 Toronto ;|aBuffalo ;|aLondon :|bUniversity of Toronto 
264  4 |c©2017 
300    xx, 348 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  1. Introduction. The case study method -- The research 
       process -- 2. Problem solving: brief case studies. 
       Introduction: steps in the process of research -- 
       Identifying the problem. CASE STUDY 1: Research and the 
       media: what are you being told? -- Ethics: ensuring no 
       harm comes to participation. CASE STUDY 2: A question of 
       ethics: Willowbrook -- CASE STUDY 3: Another question of 
       ethics: studying HIV -- CASE STUDY 4: Ethical issues of 
       obtaining consent to interview children in post-separation
       disputes -- CASE STUDY 5: Respectful ethical research 
       practice: working with First Nations, Inuit, Innu, and 
       Metis peoples -- Preparation: conceptualizing, 
       operationalizing, and sampling. CASE STUDY 6: 
       Understanding ideas and counting them -- CASE STUDY 7: 
       Implementing a pilot project: a question of sampling -- 
       CASE STUDY 8: Who do you ask?: sampling in a qualitative 
       context -- Research Methods. CASE STUDY 9: Criminal 
       justics issues in social work research: the search for 
       causality -- CASE STUDY 10: Psychometric properties: how 
       should we measure? -- CASE STUDY 11: The validity of 
       research -- CASE STUDY 12: The application of quasi-
       experimental design in social work research -- CASE STUDY 
       13: The power of one: single-case study design -- CASE 
       STUDY 14: One more: another example of single-case study 
       design -- CASE STUDY 15: Asking questions properly: an 
       examination of questionnarie design -- CASE STUDY 16: 
       Asking questions in child advocacy: which approach is best
       for children? -- CASE STUDY 17: What does it all mean?: 
       qualitative interviews with children about their views and
       experiences of family justice professionals -- CASE STUDY 
       18: Q & Q: employing both a qualitative and quantitative 
       approach -- CASE STUDY 19: On PAR: engaging and empowering
       clients through participatory action research -- Data 
       collection and statistical analysis. CASE STUDY 20: 
       Measuring client satisfaction: do they like me? -- CASE 
       STUDY 21: Statistics: adding some numbers -- CASE STUDY 22
       : Descriptive statistics: the first step from guessing to 
       knowing -- CASE STUDY 23: Inferring what you know: 
       selecting an appropriate statistical test -- 3. Critiquing
       research. Introduction -- Critical analysis of qualitative
       research -- Critical analysis of quantitative research -- 
       A qualitative design: surviving the tornado: psychiatric 
       survivor experiences of getting, losing, and keeping 
       housing /Cheryl Forchuk, Chatherine Ward-Griffin, Rick 
       Csiernik, and Katherine Turner -- Critique /Rachel 
       Birnbaum -- A quantitative design: an examination of two 
       different approaches to visitations-based disputes in 
       child custody matters /Rachel Birnbaum -- Critique /
       Barbara Decker Pierce and Rick Csiernik 
520    "In the second edition of Practising Social Work, the 
       authors will continue the first edition's focus on helping
       social work undergrad and grad students understand and 
       learn about research methods using case-based, real world 
       problem solving. In preparing the second edition, the 
       authors have provided four new case studies that examine 
       mixed methods research with First Nations and children's 
       participation post separation. Also, a new section teaches
       students how to choose what kinds of statistics to use for
       specific levels of measurement. In addition, the authors 
       have updated the references for each case study and 
       highlighted the major learning outcomes while continuing 
       to focus on the real world application of research to 
       social work practice."--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Social service|xResearch 
650  0 Social service|vCase studies 
650  6 Service social|xRecherche 
650  6 Service social|vCas, Études de 
650  7 Social service.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01123192 
650  7 Social service|xResearch.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01123270 
655  7 Case studies.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423765 
700 1  Birnbaum, Rachel,|d1954-|eauthor 
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