Tags » Literature Review

The Gardener by S.A.Bodeen - A Book Review

First, let’s talk about the cover. I know you’re not supposed to judge a book from it’s cover, but most can’t help themselves, like me. The words “this greenhouse grows humans” are printed over the words “The Gardener” which is over the skillfully hidden profanity of the human being grown. 420 more words


[Book Review] Twisted by Lynda La Plante.

So I read this back in August, it’s now October, it was 500 pages long – it was hell. I hate quitting books and therefore persisted with this, it was a heap of trash. 484 more words


Looking for a Research Assistant 0.4 FTC a University of Hull: join us

Research Assistant
Reference: IL0033
Campus: Hull
Faculty/Area: Faculty of Education
Department: Educational Studies
Salary: £26,274 to £31,342 per annum pro rata
Fixed Term
Post Type: Part Time… 355 more words

Literature Review

"When Science Meets Sacred Cows"

Sometimes the scientific evidence is clear….but no one wants to change what they are doing.

Change is hard if providers, media, or members of the public are in love with keeping things the way they are, or have a vested interest in the status quo, or perhaps just don’t like change…or the evidence.   76 more words

Evidence Based Nursing

Final Report Year One - Conclusions of Methodology and Next Steps

The application of an initial study not only allowed the testing of both research methodologies identified or use in the main study (surveys and interviews) but also through the undertaking of interviews prior to the development of the beta survey resulted in the confirmation of the research questions to be explored within the main study. 116 more words


Final Report Year One - Proposed Analysis of Main Study

As both quantitative and qualitative data will be collated for the main study via surveys and interview, different approaches to data analysis will be taken. 409 more words


Final Report Year One - Importance and Limitations of Main Study

The conducting of the initial survey is highly important to the undertaking of the research for the main study this is because the initial study allowed for the addressing and testing of the methodology to be used in the main study to ensure a robust survey that will for the foundations of the research, analysis and conclusions to be drawn. 267 more words