Books published with Bloomsbury

NCRM has published three series of books with Bloomsbury. These books provide introductions to specific methods, giving examples of their application. The series and their titles are listed below.


Bloomsbury Research Methods series

The Bloomsbury Research Methods series provides authoritative introductions to key and emergent research methods across a range of disciplines. Each book introduces the key elements of a particular method and/or methodology and includes examples of its application. Written in an accessible style by leading experts in the field, this series is an innovative pedagogical and research resource. View the full series.

The titles in the series are:


'What is?' Research Methods Series

The 'What is?' series provides concise, practical introductions to a range of research methods which are at the forefront of developments in the social sciences. Each volume sets out the key elements of the particular method and features examples of its application, written in an accessible style by leading experts in the field. View the full series.

The titles in the series are:


Bloomsbury Research Methods for Education series

The Bloomsbury Research Methods for Education series provides overviews of the range of sometimes interconnected and diverse methodological possibilities for researching aspects of education such as education contexts, sectors, problems or phenomena. Each volume discusses prevailing, less obvious and more innovative methods and approaches for the particular area of educational research.

More targeted than general methods textbooks, these authoritative yet accessible books are invaluable resources for students and researchers planning their research design and wanting to explore methodological possibilities to make well-informed decisions regarding their choice of methods. View the full series.

The titles in the series are: