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Introduction and guide to the course
|Statement||(prepared for the Open University, Research Methods in Education and the Social Sciences Course Team byKeith Stribley, Michael Wilson and Roger Sapsford).|
|Series||Social sciences, a third level course; research methods in education and the social sciences, DE304 -- GC|
|Contributions||Stribley, Keith., Wilson, M. J. 1939-, Sapsford, Roger., Open University. Research Methods in Education and the Social Sciences Course Team.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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