Social research is a major aspect of work for sociologists. The four main methods of research include survey, interview, experiment, observation, and secondary analysis. Depending on the research at hand, the choice of research methods have their pros and cons. Additionally, most research projects incorporate multiple methods. Surveys One of the most common methods used for social research is direct analysis. Surveys and interviews go hand in hand. Using surveys gets a broader scope of results in terms of sample size. With technology you can submit a survey to thousands of people via the Internet using social media or email […]Read more›
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