Do you need to conduct primary research using a specific methodology? Do you need to know which methodology is best for the type of information you want to gather?
The library is please to let you know that we recently added the Sage Research Methods (SRM) database.
SRM is a tool designed specifically to help students and faculty with their research projects. Researchers can explore methods concepts to help them design research projects, understand particular methods, or identify a new method. Since SRM focuses on methodology rather than disciplines, it can be used across the social sciences, health sciences, and more.
With the addition of SRM, we now have a multiple-user copy of one of our most highly sought-after resources!
Phenomenological Research Methods by Clark Moustakas is one of our most-requested Interlibrary Loan (ILL) books of all time. It’s also a required textbook for many methodology courses. And it’s a very popular text for learners taking their comprehensive exams.
To find Phenomenological Research Methods in the library, click on the Books tab and enter the title of the book. You should get one result. To get to the book itself, click on the link for the database, SAGE Research Methods Online.
For additional instructions on how to use Journal and Book Locator to find books, take a look at our Journal and Book Locator Guide.
Still have questions about finding articles by methodology? Other great resources in the library include our Search by Methodology guide and our Ebook List on Methodologies.