This course introduces the methods and processes available to social scientists in researching in the social world. It explores the processes involved in locating and making sense of information used in the policy process and in generating new information through research. It Introduces and examines a range of technologies to assess the use of information and provides skills in the use of such technologies and in the design, conduct and analysis of social research.
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