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SOCW 6305 - Research & Knowledge Building in Social Work Practice   Tags: social work, social work research methods  

This guide provides information resources for students who take the SOCW 6305 class (Research foundation for Social Work).
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This guide provides information resources for students taking SOCW 6305.  It contains tips on how to effectively search for scholarly literature/information. You can navigate the site by clicking the tabs on the dark gray navigation bar above.

 

Empirical Articles

What is an empirical article? "Empirical studies are reports of original research.  These include secondary analyses that test hypotheses by presenting novel analyses of data not considered or addressed in previous reports. " (Publication Manual of the APA, p. 10)

Books on Research Methods for Social Work

 

Library Exercise

Click to open the exerise below.  After you complete your answers, save it onto the desktop.   Email it to ijke@uh.edu, with a subject line: SOCW6305.  Delete the document from the desktop by dragging it to the trash bin after emailing completed.

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