Authors: Masami Nishishiba, Matthew Jones and Mariah Kraner

Pub Date: September 2013

Pages: 392

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Research Methods and Statistics for Public and Nonprofit Administrators is a practical guide to research for students and practitioners in public administration and/or policy. The book's foremost emphasis is on practical applications, helping students to recognize the importance and utility of research in their professional lives, and to master research methods that are immediately applicable in their professional settings. The text emphasizes the alignment of research components with “real world” applications.

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