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38. Sociological Research: Secondary and Primary Data

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This Sociology Factsheet is used to identify and analyse the use of secondary and primary data in Sociology, specifically:
• The different ways of collecting secondary and primary data.
• The advantages and disadvantages of using both primary and secondary in sociological research.

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January 2008

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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