1. Which of the following factors is a likely cause of revolutions or civil wars? a. A weak or failed state b. An authoritarian government that ignores major demands from….
Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of using surveys, case studies, and observation to gather primary information
1. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of using surveys, case studies, and observation to gather primary information
2. Compile a list of the format of secondary data that physically exist at your nearest library. Comment on the usefulness of each format in terms of your own area of research.
3. Identify a recent journal article written by an academic or researcher. Note all the references used in this particular article and use a catalogue or search engine to locate them. What proportion of them can you obtain from your own library? What proportion can you obtain by downloading from an Internet site? What proportion can you not find any reference to, or would be prohibitive to obtain?