Educational Research

a book review

sub-titleQuantitative, qualitative, and mixed approaches
authorRobert Johnson and Larry Christensen
date reviewed2014.02.16
genreSocial Science

I bought this book on the advice of my university while doing my master dissertation. I cited it all of once, copying a table that explained the difference between qualitative and quantitative research. It's been a busy year, I'm on track to put five hundred hours into this dissertation, and I can barely recall anything of note about this piece. I do resent the textbook "industry", I think it's crummy that textbook authors wind up in mansions.

Definitely buy used.

rand()m quote

The wise are instructed by reason, average minds by experience, the stupid by necessity and the brute by instinct.

—Marcus Tullius Cicero