Prof Andy Gouldson
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
**Recommended as introductory material
Science and paradigms
Chalmers, A.F. 1999. What is this thing called Science?3rd ed. Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.: Indianapolis.
**Evely, A.C., Fazey I, Pinard M, and Lambin X (2008) The influence of philosophical perspectives in integrative research: a conservation case study in the Cairngorms National Park. Ecology and society [electronic resource].13(2): 52. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss2/art52/
Latour B and Woolgar S (1979) Laboratory life: the construction of scientific facts Beverly Hills: Sage Publications
Kuhn T S (1970) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Second, enlarged edition
Max-Neef, M.A. (2005) Foundations of Transdisciplinarity. Ecological economics. 53: 5-16
Patterson, M.E. and Williams, D.R. (2005). Maintaining research traditions on place: Diversity of thought and scientific progress.Journal of environmental psychology. 25: 361-380
Fuller S (2003) Interdisciplinarity. The Loss of the Heroic Vision in the Marketplace of Ideas. http://www.interdisciplines.org/interdisciplinarity
Lélé S and Norgaard R B (2005) Practicing Interdisciplinarity Bioscience. 55(11) 967-975
**Oughton E A and Bracken L E (2009) Interdisciplinary research: framing and reframing Area. 41(4) 385-394
Pickering A (1990) Knowledge, Practice and Mere Construction Social studies of science. 20(4) 682-729
Pickering A (ed.) Science as practice and cultureChicago: University of Chicago Press
Weingart P and Stehr N eds. (2000) Practising interdisciplinarity Toronto: University of Toronto Press
Clark W C and Majone G (1985) The Critical Appraisal of Scientific Inquiries with Policy Implications Science, technology, & human values.10(3) 6-19
**Colebatch H K (2005) Policy analysis, policy practice and political science Australian journal of public administration. 64(3)14-23
Goodin R E and Dryzek J S (2006) Deliberative Impacts: The Macro-Political Uptake of Mini-Publics Politics and society. 34 (2) 219-244
Hoppe R (1999) Policy analysis, science and politics: from ‘speaking truth to power’ to ‘making sense together’ Science and public policy26(3) 201-210
Lindblom C E (1959) The Science of 'Muddling Through' Public administration review.19 79-88.
Nutley S, Walter I and Davies H T O (2003) From Knowing to Doing. A Framework for Understanding the Evidence-Into-Practice Agenda Evaluation. 2003, 9, 2, pp. 125-148
Weingart P (1999) Scientific expertise and political accountability: paradoxes of science in politics Science and public policy 26(3) 151–161
Weiss C H (1979) The many meanings of research utilisation Public administration review. 39(5) 426-431
Research proposal & qualitative research methods
These are all accessible, how-to guides.
Babbie, E. (2005) The Basics of Social Research, 3rd Edition. Wadsworth
Creswell, J.W. 2003. Research design : qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method approaches, 2nd ed. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Flick, U. 2006. An Introduction to Qualitative Research, 3rd ed. London: Sage.
Garner, R. 2005. The Joy of Stats: A Short Guide to Introductory Statistics in the Social Sciences. Broadview Press. Chapters 1-2, pp. 29-86.
Denzin N. K and Lincoln Y. S. (eds) Handbook of Qualitative Research. London: Sage, pp 105-117.
ESRC (n.d.) http://www.ncrm.ac.uk/
Hay, Iain, ed. (2005). Qualitative research methods in human geography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley (n.d.) http://iis.berkeley.edu/DissPropWorkshop
O’Leary Z (2010) The essential guide to doing your research project Sage Realities, University of Manchester (n.d.)
Schutt, R.K. (2006). Investigating the Social World: The Process and Practice of Research, 5th ed. Pine Forge Press: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Yin, R.K. 2003. Case Study Research: Design and Methods, 3rd ed. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.
This list was last updated on 01/10/2013