This is a professional book about the methods that are used to reach conclusions about the nature and behavior of humans. It argues that the method of specimens is more appropriate than the method of relative frequencies to discover how the human animal, as a species, functions.
Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Legal Effect Issued by Federal Agencies and Filed with the Division of the Federal Register During the Period June 2, 1938, to June 1, 1943, Inclusive, Including Presidential Proclamations, Executive Orders, and Other Presidential Documents in Full Text, with Ancillaries and Index
Writing Professional Papers, Theses, and Dissertations in Workforce Education
Author: Edgar I. Farmer
Publisher: University Press of Amer
Category: Business & Economics
Aimed at graduate students and the faculty members who supervise them, this text describes skills and strategies helpful in the various stages of the dissertation writing process. The 20 contributions from Farmer (education, Pennsylvania State U.), Rojewski (occupational studies, U. of Georgia) and other academics discuss such topics as finding a researchable topic, conducting an extensive review of the literature, designing quantitative research, analyzing data, proofreading, and editing. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR