Cambridge Social Science Level 6 Pupil's Book

Author: Bradley Ameluxen

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 96

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The Cambridge Social Science course takes learners on a journey as they discover the wonders of history, geography and other areas of the curriculum. The Pupil's Book provides 6 beautifully designed units presenting the contents of the Social Science syllabus in an appealing and accessible way. Every lesson is based on a question: an enquiry-based approach for a better understanding of the concepts and the development of thinking skills. Extra help with language is included, along with help for the preparation of Cambridge Qualifications such as B1 Preliminary for Schools. Extra sections include self-assessment and mini-projects.

Cambridge Natural Science Level 3 Activity Book

Author: Cambridge Univ Pr

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 40

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Cambridge Natural Science offers expert science content knowledge, combined with the experience and creativity of teachers who are actively giving English language and Science classes in Spain. This course takes learners on a journey as they discover the wonders of biology, chemistry and physics. The full-colour Activity Book includes activities to consolidate and expand upon the concepts introduced in the Pupil's Book, practice of the Cambridge Qualifications for young learners and a bilingual glossary.

Social Work with Adults

Author: Martin Brett Davies

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Social Science

Page: 360

View: 980

This best-selling book explores the crucial role of social workers in securing a better future for vulnerable and disadvantaged adult service users. Tacking the problems most common to this branch of social work it focuses on four major themes: personalization; mental health; substance use; and old age. Edited by the highly respected Martin Davies, and with contributions from some of the leading names in the field, Social Work with Adults provides a clear map and guidance to help navigate between the different elements of social work knowledge and practice. Whether a student on an undergraduate degree taking a module on working with adults or a qualified professional wanting to ensure they are proving the very best service they can, this is essential reading. The breadth and depth of coverage makes this text a perfect handbook for students of adult social work.

Reader's Guide to the Social Sciences

Author: Jonathan Michie

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 2165

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This 2-volume work includes approximately 1,200 entries in A-Z order, critically reviewing the literature on specific topics from abortion to world systems theory. In addition, nine major entries cover each of the major disciplines (political economy; management and business; human geography; politics; sociology; law; psychology; organizational behavior) and the history and development of the social sciences in a broader sense.

A Modern Introduction to Dynamical Systems

Author: Richard Brown

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Mathematics

Page: 425

View: 101

A senior-level, proof-based undergraduate text in the modern theory of dynamical systems that is abstract enough to satisfy the needs of a pure mathematics audience, yet application heavy and accessible enough to merit good use as an introductory text for non-math majors.

Statistics for the Social Sciences

A General Linear Model Approach

Author: Russell T. Warne

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Psychology

Page: 650

View: 925

The second edition of Statistics for Social Sciences prepares students from a wide range of disciplines to interpret and learn the statistical methods critical to their field of study. By using the General Linear Model (GLM), the author builds a foundation that enables students to see how statistical methods are interrelated enabling them to build on the basic skills. The author makes statistics relevant to students' varying majors by using fascinating real-life examples from the social sciences. Students who use this edition will benefit from clear explanations, warnings against common erroneous beliefs about statistics, and the latest developments in the philosophy, reporting, and practice of statistics in the social sciences. The textbook is packed with helpful pedagogical features including learning goals, guided practice, and reflection questions.

Evaluating Social Science Research

An Introduction

Author: Thomas R. Black

Publisher: SAGE


Category: Social sciences

Page: 196

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This volume offers students a basic introduction to assessing the meaning and validity of research in the social sciences and related fields. The ability to "read "published research critically is essential and is different from the skills involved in "undertaking "research using statistical analysis. Thomas R Black explains in clear and straightforward terms how students can evaluate research, with particular emphasis on research involving some aspect of measurement. The coverage of fundamental concepts is comprehensive and supports topics including research design, data collection and data analysis by addressing the following major issues: Are the questions and hypotheses advanced appropriate and testable? Is the research design sufficient for the hypothesis? Are the data gathered valid, reliable and objective? Are the statistical techniques used to analyze the data appropriate and do they support the conclusions reached?

The Origins of American Social Science

Author: Dorothy Ross

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History

Page: 544

View: 492

Examines how American social science modelled itself on natural science and liberal politics.