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Autor: David L. Streiner
ISBN-13: 9781606234129
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Sprache: Englisch
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When Research Goes Off the Rails

Why It Happens and What You Can Do About It
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Few behavioral or health science studies proceed seamlessly. This refreshingly candid guide presents firsthand vignettes of obstacles on the bumpy road of research and offers feasible, easy-to-implement solutions. Contributors from a range of disciplines describe real-world problems at each stage of a quantitative or qualitative research project—from gaining review board approval to collecting and analyzing data—and discuss how these problems were resolved. A detailed summary chart helps readers quickly find material on specific issues, methods, and settings. Written with clarity and wit, the vignettes provide exemplars of critical thinking that researchers can apply when developing the operational plan of a study or when facing practical difficulties in a particular research phase.Winner--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award!
Going Off the Rails: An Introduction, Souraya Sidani and David L. StreinerI. Ethics Approval1. When Mountains Move Too Slowly, Melanie A. Hwalek and Victoria L. Straub2. The Ethics of Sex Research on the Internet, Alissa Sherry and Amy Amidon3. When Safeguards Become Straitjackets: How Ethics Research Board Requirements Might Contribute to Ethical Dilemmas in Studies with Marginalized Populations, Mechthild Meyer, Alma Estable, Lynne MacLean, and Nancy Edwards4. Going Off the Rails for “Love or Money”: Implementation Issues Related to Payment of Research Participants in an Addiction-Research Project, Brian R. Rush and Dominique MorisanoII. Accessing the Participants5. Frailty, Thy Name Is Macho, José Quirino dos Santos6. Power in Numbers: Research with Families in Long-Term Care, Julie M. Dergal Serafini7. Getting the Wrong Gatekeeper, Lynne MacLean8. Breaking into Court, Mandeep K. Dhami and Karen A. Souza9. The RDC Archipelago, Scott Veldhuizen, John Cairney, and David L. StreinerIII. Recruitment and Retention10. Small Colleges and Small n’s, Christopher Koch and Anna Tabor11. Mitigating the Impact of External Forces, Souraya Sidani, David L. Streiner, and Chantale Marie LeClerc12. A Trip to the School of Hard Knocks: Recruiting Participants from Health Service Agencies for Qualitative Studies of Aging, Kathleen W. Piercy13. All Aboard!: Using Community Leaders to Keep Clinical Researchers on Track, Philippe Barrette14. Changing Horses in Midstream: Transforming a Study to Address Recruitment Problems, Anthony S. Joyce15. When Cost Meets Efficiency: Rethinking Ways to Sample a Rare Population, Julian Montoro-Rodriguez and Gregory C. Smith16. The Story Is in the Numbers, Robert van Reekum17. Strategies for Retaining Participants in Longitudinal Research with Economically Disadvantaged and Ethnically Diverse Samples, Elizabeth A. Goncy, Michelle E. Roley, and Manfred H. M. van Dulmen18. Culturally Specific Strategies for Retention and Adherence to Physical Activity Interventions in Hispanic Women, Colleen Keller, Julie Fleury, and Adrianna PerezIV. Study Implementation19. When a Beautiful Intervention Meets Ugly Reality: Implementing an Intervention in the Real World, Souraya Sidani, David L. Streiner, and Chantale Marie LeClerc20. When Saving Blood Goes Wrong, Claudio S. Cinà and Catherine M. Clase21. PDA = Pretty Darned Awful: The Trials and Tribulations of Running Trials of PDAs, Geoffrey R. Norman22. When Sugar Is Not So Sweet: Camera Shyness and Intentional Cointervention Almost Derail a Study, Françoise Filion and C. Celeste Johnston23. Placebo Problems: Power and Persecution, or Paranoia?, Robert van ReekumV. Data Collection24. Revisiting Traditional Survey Methodology to Recruit and Survey Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Older Adults, S. Melinda Spencer and Julie Hicks Patrick25. Technology: Help or Hindrance?, Nasreen Roberts26. Hoist on Our Own Postcard, David L. Streiner27. On the Finer Points of Handling Googlies: Reflections on Hits, Near Misses, and Full-Blown Swings at the Air in Large, Population-Based Studies Involving School, Parents, and Children, John Cairney, John A. Hay, and Brent E. Faught28. Pets, Pies, and Videotape: Conducting In-Home Observational Research with Late-Life Intergenerational Families, Brian D. Carpenter and Steve Balsis29. Underfunded but Not Undone, Dianne Bryant30. Community-Based Participatory Research: A Lesson in Humility, Dennis Watson31. Where Did All the Bodies Go?, Harry S. Shannon32. Measures for Improving Measures, Katherine McKnight, and Patrick E. McKnightVI. Data Analysis33. Drowsing Over Data: When Less Is More, Lynne MacLean, Alma Estable, Mechthild Meyer, Anita Kothari, Nancy Edwards, and Barb Riley34. Bigger Is Not Always Better: Adventures in the World of Survey Data Analysis, Sylvia Kairouz and Louise Nadeau35. Taking Aim at a Moving Target: When a Study Changes in the Middle, Arturo Martí-Carvajal36. Lack of Normative Data as an Obstacle to Neuropsychological Assessment, F. Richard Ferraro and Kaylee Trottier-Wolter37. These Data Do Not Compute, Lynne MacLean, Mechthild Meyer, Alma Estable, Anita Kothari, and Nancy Edwards38. Avoiding Data Disasters and Other Pitfalls, Melinda F. Davis39. When Interpretation Goes Awry: The Impact of Interim Testing, Dale GlaserVII. Collaboration40. What Happened to Cooperation and Collaboration?, Nasreen Roberts41. Presto! It’s Gone: When a Study Ceases to Exist Right before Your Eyes, Katrina L. Bledsoe42. Building Stakeholder Capacity to Enhance Effectiveness in Participatory Program Evaluation, Debazou Y. YantioVIII. Final Thoughts43. Sometimes It Is the Researcher, Not the Research, That Goes “Off the Rails”: The Value of Clear, Complete, and Precise Information in Scientific Reports, Joseph A. Durlak, Christine I. Celio, Molly K. Pachan, and Kriston B. Schellinger44. A Healthy Dose of Realism, Souraya Sidani and David L. Streiner

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Autor: David L. Streiner
ISBN-13 :: 9781606234129
ISBN: 1606234129
Verlag: Guilford Publications
Seiten: 398
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Ebook, 22,86x15,24x cm