Sage Research Methods (SRM) is a powerful tool for researchers. Rather than focusing on specific subjects, the power of SRM is really in its ability to help you with the research process regardless of your discipline. It can help you plan your research, conduct your literature review, select your research method, and learn how to analyze data.
Though anyone can use it, this database benefits doctoral students working on dissertations and faculty conducting research.
When in doubt, start with the Project Planner, as it guides you through the research process.
Review the Foundations, which provide bite-sized, introductory overviews of all major methods topics.
Look at Sage's comprehensive guide on this database for more subject-specific guidance.
For doctoral students, we recommend reviewing the corresponding Dissertation Guide Readings page for more information on specific methods.