Corrupt Research

Corrupt Research
Author : Raymond Hubbard
Publisher : Sage Publications, Incorporated
Total Pages : 352
Release : 2015-08-04
ISBN 10 : 1506305350
ISBN 13 : 9781506305356
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Corrupt Research Book Description:

Corrupt Research was written in response to concerns being voiced by many in the academic community related to what is seen as serious flaws in the significant difference paradigm. Raymond Hubbard calls into question a good deal of research that has been done across the business, social and behavioral science disciplines. This book is designed for use in graduate level research methods and statistics courses across disciplines. It is written in a much broader context than significance testing and takes three approaches to the significance of science -- a) philosophical b) methodological, and c) statistical. Many real examples are included, designed to push the reader to "think" and to "question".


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