In your own words briefly express the main idea, arguments and other relevant details of your selected reading. Your purpose in writing the summary is to give the basic ideas of the reading and
relate it to the weekly topic. What was it about and what did the author(s) want to communicate?
The reading summary should be no longer than 150 words. A summary could include the following:
– State the overall topic of the reading.?- State the Author’s research question or approach to the topic.?- Outline what the author is attempting to argue or demonstrate in the reading.?-
Summarise the key points and examples and how they support the argument.?- Provide a brief conclusion that overviews the main points and how these relate to the weekly topic.
Do each week seperate and no more than 150 word for each week
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Yin, R.K. (2011) ‘Chapter 5: Doing Fieldwork’ in Qualitative Research from Start to Finish, The Guildford Press, New York, pp. 109-128
Babbie, Earl R. (2005) ‘Survey research: Extract’ in Basics of Social Research, pp. 252-259
Babbie, E. (2013) ‘Chapter 5: Sampling Logic’ in The Practice of Social Research (13th. Edition) Wadsworth, pp. 123-159.