Date of publication: 2017-08-31 19:44
Social Science Research publishes papers devoted to quantitative social science research and methodology. The journal features articles that illustrate the use of quantitative methods to empirically test social science theory. The journal emphasizes research concerned with issues or methods that cut.
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I am a feminist sociologist turned novelist. My primary interests are in gender and methodology. For me, methodological issues are about how we can best build and share knowledge. The desire to make social research engaging, provocative, impactful, and accessible, brought me to arts-based research.