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QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE METHOD IN SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Nature volume 149, pages 516518 (09 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THE principal item on the Saturday (April 11) meeting of the British Psychological Society at Brighton was the open discussion in the evening between Mr. Henry Durant of the British Institute of Public Opinion, and Mr. Tom Harrisson of Mass-Observation. Mr. Durant opened the discussion by supporting the proposition “that Empirical Methods in the Social Sciences should be Predominantly Quantitative”,

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