Research Methods

The Research Methods section of the Justice Academy Library has been assembled from a variety of sources for your use, under the Fair Use Doctrine. Please note and respect the copyright requirements associated with each article in this collection.

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The Philosophy and Science of Multivariate Reasoning, Hal Campbell, Ph.D. 2010
Introduction to Research and Research Methods, University of Bradford, 2013
Legal Research Methods in a Modern World, J. Paul Lomio et. al
Qualitative Research Methods Overview, Family Health International
Business Research Methods, Dr. Sue Greener, 2008
Introductory Guide to Research Methods for Social Research, CLES
What is Research Design? New York University
Orientation to Research Methods, Harvard University
Introduction to Statistics and Quantitative Research Methods, Frasier Health
How to Write the Methods Section of a Research Paper, Richard H Kallet MSc RRT FAARC
Fundamentals of Research Methodology and Statistics, Singh, 2006
Translating Police Research into Practice, The Police Foundation
Police Programs to Prevent Crime in Hot Spot Areas, C.O.P.S
Legal Research, Paul Chynoweth
Large Sample Quantitative Research Designs for Comparative Law, Harvard University, 2009
A Methodical Approach to Legal Research
The Right Toolkit, Berkeley University School of Law, 2004
Quantitative Approaches to Empirical Legal Research, Lee Epstein et. al.
Introduction to Legal Research, The Louisiana Supreme Court
Research Methods Collection, Cornell University Law School
The Functional and the Dysfunctional in the Comparative Method of Law: Some Critical Remarks, Electronic Journal of Comparative Law, 2008






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