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Researching power, elites and leadership / Christopher Williams.

By: Williams, Christopher, 1952 Sept. 6-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HN49.P6 W555 2012Publication: Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 2012Description: xvi, 320 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780857024282; 9780857024299 (pbk.).Subject(s): Power (Social sciences) | Elite (Social sciences) | Leadership
Contents:
Why Research Powerful People? -- Who the Book is For -- Key Concepts -- How the Book was Researched -- A Quick Guide to the Book -- The Chapters -- Part 1. Understanding -- 1. Origins -- 2. Theory -- Part 2. Dong -- 3. Literature -- 4. Planning -- 5. Frameworks -- 6. Data -- Part 3. Using -- 7. Analysis -- 8. Outcomes -- Appendices: Tools and Templates for Research Planning -- 1. Mapping a case study within a conceptual framework -- 2. Linking the elements of a research study -- 3. A basic research design -- 4. A basic Gantt chart -- 5. Achieving focus at, or across, specific levels -- 6. Systematic links from topic to data collection -- 7. Making distinctions between elite and leadership roles -- 8. Explaining the focus of a study -- 9. Standard research frameworks -- 10. Relating basic questions to frameworks and information sources -- 11. Comparing journalistic and academic approaches to access -- 12. Instruments to implement power -- 13. The structure of a press release.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Why Research Powerful People? -- Who the Book is For -- Key Concepts -- How the Book was Researched -- A Quick Guide to the Book -- The Chapters -- Part 1. Understanding -- 1. Origins -- 2. Theory -- Part 2. Dong -- 3. Literature -- 4. Planning -- 5. Frameworks -- 6. Data -- Part 3. Using -- 7. Analysis -- 8. Outcomes -- Appendices: Tools and Templates for Research Planning -- 1. Mapping a case study within a conceptual framework -- 2. Linking the elements of a research study -- 3. A basic research design -- 4. A basic Gantt chart -- 5. Achieving focus at, or across, specific levels -- 6. Systematic links from topic to data collection -- 7. Making distinctions between elite and leadership roles -- 8. Explaining the focus of a study -- 9. Standard research frameworks -- 10. Relating basic questions to frameworks and information sources -- 11. Comparing journalistic and academic approaches to access -- 12. Instruments to implement power -- 13. The structure of a press release.

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