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Experimental and Quasi-experimental Designs for Generalized Causal Inference (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Februar 2001

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An entirely rewritten version of the best-selling 1979 edition, this text describes ways to improve generalisations about causal propositions. Emphasis is on design elements rather than design and on studying external validity. The authors have avoided the usual pitfall of heavy statistical data and instead have included brief paragraphs and occasional chapter appendices about data analysis. Extended treatment has been given to randomised experiments - examining their logic and design and practical problems and solutions in their implementation.

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."..I received my book yesterday...thank you so much! I used the 1979 version a lot in my PhD program and am eagerly re-reading it. It's a great experimental design book and is excellent for explaining validity issues to students!"

.,."I received my book yesterday...thank you so much! I used the 1979 version a lot in my PhD program and am eagerly re-reading it. It's a great experimental design book and is excellent for explaining validity issues to students!"

..".I received my book yesterday...thank you so much! I used the 1979 version a lot in my PhD program and am eagerly re-reading it. It's a great experimental design book and is excellent for explaining validity issues to students!"


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Wenn man im experiementellen oder studienplanerischen Kontext arbeitet, ist dieses Buch absolut zu empfehlen, da es beispielhaft aufzeigt, welche Fehler man beim Studiendesign und der Ergebnispräsentation machen kann. Nicht so leicht zu lesen, aber nährhaft.
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HASH(0x918fe2ac) von 5 Sternen Not an introductory textbook 25. Oktober 2010
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I want to emphasize something that I think explains the very mixed reviews of this book--that it's NOT an introduction to experimental research. This book is the successor to Campbell and Stanley's Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research and Cook and Campbell's Quasi-Experimentation, both pathbreaking works in this field. It is by far the most sophisticated and thoughtful analysis of the experimental approach to social research, and explores in depth some issues (such as causation) that other books only touch on. Donald Campbell was the major figure in the development of this approach, and this book continues the tradition he began, significantly expanding and revising his arguments. I can understand the frustration of students who are assigned this book in an introductory course, but every researcher who plans on actually doing experimental research in the social sciences (not psychology) needs this book--particularly the last chapter, "A Critical Assessment of Our Assumptions."
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I am a doctoral student in public health and recommend this book to my fellow doctoral students out there. It is a thorough and comprehensive text on research methods. I have gone through quite a few texts with similar titles and this stands out as the best.
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HASH(0x9190be10) von 5 Sternen Best social science research design textbook 24. April 2012
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This book is THE resource for those who are serious about research design. As another reviewer said, it is NOT an introductory textbook on research. This book requires mature, graduate-level thinking and comprehension. Those who give it low ratings appear to be people who do not want to do research as a career, do not take research seriously, or simply want an easy, watered-down resource for whatever reason. Cook, Campbell (and now Shaddish) are revolutionaries of social science research design. There is no better, or more comprehensive, textbook available for serious grad students and future applied researchers.
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This is definitely a polarizing methodology textbook. Students who prefer a more straightforward approach will probably do better with Gall, Gall and Borg. However, if you want/need sophisticated content on the philosophical underpinnings of research designs rather than just a cookbook for your dissertation, this is a far better resource.
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HASH(0x9191cd80) von 5 Sternen Appreciate the soundness, wish the language and sentence structure was more approachable 14. April 2013
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I appreciate this is a formative text. My instructor held it almost biblical in nature. I do wish, however, it was more approachable in it's language. At 600 something pages, it amazes me that textbook authors would rather exercise their mastery of language and slow reading explanations (which leave many students exchanging time for skimmed chapters) than make their work approachable.

Make the language plainer. Make the book more scannable. Call out examples. Call out explanations or re-explanations of ideas. Make this 600 pager read like a 400 pager and get alot more students into the knowledge they need!
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