You use method sources as a way of analyzing an issue to apply to your own issue. You may want to use a similar research or analytical methodology to another piece of research, and will need to provide rationale for doing so.
A methods library of academic books, reference works, journal articles, and instructional videos. Material guides students, faculty and researchers through the research process, providing dictionaries, case studies, qualitative books, datasets, quantitative applications, and video tutorials.
Indexes 1.6 million dissertations and masters theses from academic institutions in the US, Canada, Great Britain, and Europe. Abstracts: for dissertations 1981-present; for theses 1988-present. Full text: 1997-present (Also includes 24 page full text previews for most.) Download of full text available for Claremont Colleges students, faculty, and staff. NOTE: Adobe Acrobat (freely available on the web) is required to view full text.