publishes papers devoted to quantitative social science research and methodology.
The journal features articles that illustrate the use of quantitative methods to empirically test social science theory.
Try to keep the first two items to no more than one sentence each.
Your introductions should not exceed two pages (double spaced, typed). The purpose of an introduction is to aquaint the reader with the rationale behind the work, with the intention of defending it.
For Biosciences majors the general guidelines apply to future course work, as can be seen by examining the guidelines for the advanced experimental sciences research paper (Bioc 311).
An objective of organizing a research paper is to allow people to read your work selectively.
The journal emphasizes research concerned with issues or methods that cut across traditional disciplinary lines.
Special attention is given to methods that have been used by only one particular social science discipline, but that may have application to a broader range of areas with an ultimate goal of testing social science theory.
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