New resource: Sage Research Methods

Sage Research Methods

ACCESS TO THE Sage Research Methods platform is now available through the library’s Find Databases service.

The resource is described as follows:

Designed to support the research activities of academics and students alike, Sage Research Methods is focused on providing support, guidance and best practice ‘how to’ guides through each step of the research process, including the literature search, review, research design, data collection, analysis and write up. It provides access to reference works, journal articles, instructional videos and books relevant to disciplines across the social sciences, including business and management, counselling, criminology, education, geography, health and social care, media and communication, politics and international relations, psychology and sociology. Particular attention is afforded to a wide range of qualitative research methods and practices.

Authenticated access to Sage Research Methods is by university username and password.

UPDATE: 1,195 individual Sage Research Methods records are now discoverable in Library OneSearch and Library OneSearch Pro. Examples include the following:

Humanizing Research: Decolonizing Qualitative Inquiry with Youth and Communities / Django Paris, Maisha T. Winn

Planning ethically responsible research: a guide for students and internal review boards / Joan E. Sieber

Doing visual ethnography: images, media and representation in research / Sarah Pink

The SAGE handbook of research management / edited by Robert Dingwall & Mary Byrne McDonnell