Sage Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods

Three volumes provide a comprehensive, alphabetic array of essays of varying lengths on all aspects of social science research methods, with bibliographies and cross-references. Includes concepts like collinearity, expected value, and fuzzy set theory. Some entries are brief definitions, while others, like Econometrics, have lengthier, more detailed essays. This is an excellent resource for students in any of the social sciences tasked with conducting research.

Available in print: H62 .S244 2004