Facet Theory pp 265-275 | Cite as

How to Be a Facet Researcher

  • David Canter
Part of the Springer Series in Social Psychology book series (SSSOC)


The written accounts in earlier chapters show the results of facet research, but like all published accounts of research they give only a little indication of how the research was actually carried out. Anyone enthused by their reading of earlier chapters may therefore be a little bemused, wondering where to begin and how to become a facet researcher. The present, brief chapter is one view on how to proceed through a facet-oriented project.


Regional Structure Data Collection Instrument Common Range Facet Research Facet Theory 
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