Archive | March 2012

How to do your Case Study A Guide for Students and Researchers

‘This very readable and well crafted book should significantly advance thinking about the conduct of case study research. It impressively demonstrates, through well-selected examples, the uses of case studies within a wide range of disciplines and practical fields of study and dispels some popular misconceptions of this research genre in the process.’ – John Elliot – Emeritus Professor of Education, University of East Anglia Case Study is one of the most widely applied methods of research and instruction in use today. Cases are used to frame research, aid teaching and help learning the world over. Yet, despite being so widely used, there remains a great deal of uncertainty about what constitutes case study research and how case studies should be designed and carried out. In this lucid, accessible and often witty new text, Gary Thomas introduces students and researchers to the basics of case study research. Using a wide range of real-life examples, this book sets out for those new to the method how best to design and carry out case studies in the social sciences and humanities How to do your case study: a guide for students and researchers deals with the core issues and methods that anyone new to case study will need to understand: – What is a case study? – When and why should case study methods be used? – How are case studies designed? – What methods can be used? – How do we analyse and make sense of our data? – How do we write up and write about our case? How to do your Case Study will be essential reading for any student or researcher in the Social Sciences, Health Sciences, in Business Studies, in Education and the Humanities.
Some portions of the book make you stop and think about your life, your goals, where you are heading. I would highly recommend How to do your Case Study A Guide for Students and Researchers
How to do your Case Study A Guide for Students and Researchers By Dr Gary Thomas
Now I’m gonna have to go back and read his previous works, and I can’t wait!

The Tennyson Hardwick Collection Casanegra In the Night of the

The Tennyson Hardwick Collection Casanegra In the Night of the By Blair Underwood
A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
I really enjoyed The Tennyson Hardwick Collection Casanegra In the Night of the. I was just planning on reading a few pages when I started but You will enjoy this book!!!
i seriously cannot believe that The Tennyson Hardwick Collection Casanegra In the Night of the has so many five star ratings. I made time to read the entire book once I started.

Princess Power 3 The Awfully Angry Ogre

Princess Power 3 The Awfully Angry Ogre By Suzanne Williams
Princess Tansy knows that whenever something terrible occurs in her kingdom, the ogre gets the blame. Yet anyone who challenges him is turned to stone! Tansy’s two oldest brothers have been forbidden to fight the ogre, but they’re determined to try. Can Tansy and her friends save the boys from a horrible fate?
I enjoyed because the story line kept surprising me. I couldn’t put Princess Power 3 The Awfully Angry Ogre down as I wanted to see what occur next.
Thanks are due to Suzanne Williams, for pulling me away from my comfort zone for reading, and into another world of books that I eagerly look forward to exploring.

Psychiatry Review and Canadian Certification Exam Preparation Guide

Psychiatry Review and Canadian Certification Exam Preparation Guide is the first exam preparation text intended specifically for candidates taking the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) psychiatry examination. This concise, single volume review contains “Canadian-specific” content so that readers need not modify other sources, but may rely on it as their primary source of preparation.The volume is based on The American Psychiatric Publishing Board Review Guide for Psychiatry and cites only validated sources used in other APP books, so candidates can be assured of its content integrity. It has been fully updated, and it includes a multitude of features that will appeal to harried candidates: ? The information presented is consistent with Canadian psychiatry practice. References have been drawn from the Canadian psychiatric literature, and laboratory units; medication names and doses, and the language employed are consistent with Canadian medicine and psychiatry;? The volume is organized according to familiar DSM-IV classifications, allowing readers to quickly locate the most appropriate chapter. It does not neglect foundational knowledge, however, offering complete coverage of basic neuroanatomy as well as more advanced topics such as neuroimaging, psychopharmacology, and the cultural and legal aspects of psychiatric illness;? Quick-reference tables summarizing diagnostic criteria for specific psychiatric disorders and other critical information are especially useful and abundant; and? A rigorous 200-question practice exam and answer guide provide a reality check for prospective exam takers. The exam’s structure reflects the actual board examination, with question topics commingled, and candidates seeking additional questions and annotated answers to enhance their preparation are referred to additional online self-assessments. The Psychiatry Review and Canadian Certification Exam Preparation Guide represents the best of psychiatric scholarship, combined with insight into the RCPSC psychiatry exam, and a keen eye for presenting the necessary information in a logical, easy-to-remember manner. This one-stop resource is destined to become candidates’ constant companion in the months leading up to the exam, and after.
This was a great, quick read. Can’t wait to see the movie. I’d like to read Quick’s other books
Psychiatry Review and Canadian Certification Exam Preparation Guide By unknown
one that I could not put down. I was late for a lot of appointments and stayed up late because I had to finish just one more chapter. I would highly recommend this book and can’t wait to read Mr. Quick’s next novel.

Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city

Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city By León De la Rosa
“Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city” is a graphic longpoem (that is, one book-length narrative poem illustrated in the style of a comic book) written in Spanglish by León De la Rosa and illustrated by Gui.ra.ga7. Set in the crime-wracked border city Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, this poem explores life in the devastated city through the eyes of an academic and a “superhero” vigilante. León De la Rosa and Gui.ra.ga7 both lived in Juárez while working on this book, and created a pained and passionate ode to their city, as well as to justice and humanity.
Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city was very good. I didn’t want to put this book down when I read it. The ending really left me hanging though. I wish I could know what happens.
is a very thoughtfully written Soy solo palabras but wish to be a city and it is very interesting to read the relationships, and the accomplishments.

Boquet s Expedition and The Relief of Fort Pitt Illustrated

Boquet s Expedition and The Relief of Fort Pitt Illustrated By J T Headley
Pontiac's war was fought at Detroit and at Fort Pitt. This is the story of the rescue mission sent to relieve Fort Pitt, release hostages and end the Indian Rebellion in what is now the American midwest.
Don’t know how I found this J T Headley and series, but really have liked his writing and the story he tells. and am looking forward to more stories. And,unlike a lot of books I’ve been reading lately, the grammar and spelling are correct and the story flows smoothly.
Boquet s Expedition and The Relief of Fort Pitt Illustrated was very good I liked it and I would definitely read it again. It was one of the best books I’ve ever read!! 🙂

Billy Wolfe s Riding Spirit

Billy Wolfe s Riding Spirit By Kevin A. Lyons
Under the full moon a motorcycle races west along the Interstate. The police can’t catch it, and it disappears before it reaches the toll bridge. Narrated by the guy who drives the road-killed deer pick-up truck for Fish and Game. Why can’t they find Billy? And what’s in that tar paper shack down the abandoned railroad path? Originally published in 1979, in Easyriders magazine, and reprinted in The Year’s Best Horror Stories, Series VIII, in 1980. Not abject horror or terror — more a haunted feeling. A presence … or a ghost. The idea that something of our identity lives on in the world after we leave. And maybe one more reason to stay alert while driving on the Interstate late at night.
Don’t know how I found this Kevin A. Lyons and series, but really have liked his writing and the story he tells. and am looking forward to more stories. And,unlike a lot of books I’ve been reading lately, the grammar and spelling are correct and the story flows smoothly.
This was a great read. It was my first Mystery as recommended Choice. I’d suggest it to others too.