Systematic Reviews in the Social Sciences: A Practical Guide was written to help social scientists appraise, summarise and communicate their big data-based research results.
What does this book cover?
Systematic Reviews in the Social Sciences: A Practical Guide is designed to make you better at assessing information, including discerning between assumed and real knowledge. It will make you capable of conducting a systematic review which can appraise and summarise meaningful results from huge volumes of data. You will become familiar with tools like study inclusion, study quality assessment and findings synthesis.
Systematic Reviews in the Social Sciences includes resources like:
About the Authors
Professor Helen Roberts teaches at City University. She is the Leader of their Child Health Research and Policy Unit. She spent many years as Barnardos’ Head of R&D, as well. Mark Petticrew is Associate director of the University of Glasgow’s MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, and Co-ordinator of the ESRC Centre for Evidence-Based Public Health Policy.
Systematic Reviews in the Social Sciences makes all of that research and analysis expertise available to you.