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Doing Quantitative Research in Education:with SPSS

Doing Quantitative Research in Education:with SPSS

Daniel Muijs


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This is an accessible introduction to using quantitative methods in educational research. Writing for non-mathematical students and avoiding the use of mathematical formulae where possible, this introductory text is ideal for students and researchers with no prior knowledge of quantitative methods.

Table of Contents

Section Title Page Action Price
Part 1
Introduction: War and peace: what do women
Haleh Afshar
The 'sex war' and other wars: towards a feminist approach to peace building
Donna Pankhurst
Women and wars: some trajectories towards a feminist peace
Haleh Afshar
Developing policy on integration and re/construction in Kosova
Chris Corrin
Kosovo: missed opportunities, lessons for the future
Lesley Abdela
Training the uniforms: gender and peacekeeping operations
Angela Mackay
Palestinian women, violence, and the peace process
Maria Holt
Women and conflict transformation: influences, roles, and experiences
Ann Jordan
Fused in combat: gender relations and armed conflict
Judy El-Bushra
Women in Afghanistan: passive victims of the borga or active social participants?
Elaheh Rostami Povey
Part 2
Introduction: Peace and reconstruction - agency and agencies
Deborah Eade
Relief agencies and moral standing in war: principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and solidarity
Hugo Slim
Aid: a mixed blessing
Mary B. Anderson
Women and war: protection through empowerment in El Salvador
Martha Thompson and Deborah Eade
Sustainable peace building in the South: experiences from Latin America
Jenny Pearce
Training for peace
Glenda Caine
Making peace as development practice
Sumaya Farhat-Naser and Gila Svirsky
Building bridges for peace
Rola Hamed
Human security and reconstruction efforts in Rwanda: impact on the lives of women
Myriam Gervais
Mission impossible: gender, conflict, and Oxfam GB
Suzanne Williams