Method books…..again

Swedish

Most of you will at some point during your education bump into the word METHOD. What is method? why is it so important and why are there so many books on the subject?

There are books on qualitative and quantitative methods, interview methodology, comparative analysis methods, interdisciplinary studies, and much more.

Regardless of what subject you read, there is a relevant method book for your subject. I will not go into the analysis of the word method and its significance, I will instead tell you more about what kind of books we have at the library.

Ett steg till: En metodbok för biblioteksutveckling/ Aleman L.

This book is the result of the project Doublinga- method for library development?It is also a practical guide for libraries that want to work together to achieve business development.

Förhandlingsbart: Metodbok i förhandlingsteknik/ Lempereur A,  Aurélien C & Wetter E.

The book gives you knowledge of the most common pitfalls and dirty tricks in negotiating situations and effective tips to counteract them. you will both learn about Win-Win methods and hard negotiation and how to progressively develop your own personal ability.

Metod & Praktik: Texter om forskning och utvecklingsarbete inom det konstnärliga området/ Lind T.

This book is part of a series of annual publications on the research and development work on the artistic field that is given out by the Swedish Research Council. Last year they released their first book with the title “ArtKnowledgeInsight”. In this book the discussion is about art and science and also problematize or embody questions about artistic research continues. 

Frågor, fält och filer: Kriminologisk metodbok/ Roxel L, Tiby E

In this book, you get to take advantage of both new and established researchers’ experiences, thoughts and methods in CriminologyThe book takes up the question of which or what methods, fits to research question and also the fact that the same research question can give different results when you use different methods.

Text & Photo: Tandis Talay