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Communications Subject Guide: Home


Alexander Kouker
O'Reilly Library, Glasnevin Campus |
Subjects: Law & Government, Communications, Applied Language & Intercultural Studies
Interests: Research MethodsBloggingPublishing

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Welcome to the Communications portal -- a pathfinder to the wide range of high-quality resources available for Communication Studies, Journalism and Multimedia.

Below is a word cloud showing some of the key concepts in communication studies, multimedia and journalism. To get started, search for these keywords in our catalogue (for books) and databases (for journal articles); click through the tabs at the top of this page to find out more.

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Sage Research Methods supports research at all levels by providing material to guide users through every step of the research process. Acting as the ultimate methods library, Sage Research Methods provides more than 1,000 books reference works, journal articles and instructional videos.


Addressing the needs of multiple stakeholders, from students learning how to conduct research to faculty conducting research for publication; this resource will benefit students, faculty and researchers alike.

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Ten Top Tips for Designing a Questionnaire

In this brief animated guide to questionnaire design, these tips provide insight into how to assemble a questionnaire to suit a particular study.

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