I'm about to embark on my dissertation (as mentioned in previous threads) and I'm curious what strategies the more tech savvy / younger researchers are employing, to get results that I might not have considered.
I have a number of texbooks, but they're all a bit old, so I'm trying to find out what the best methods available are for doing (both quantitative and qualitative research) that these textbooks may have missed. I'm aware of survey monkey as being one way I can develop online surveys to reach a large audience, but what else is there?
What advances have we made in technology that makes it easier to conduct research in human geography / planning / urbanism that people didn't have say ten years ago.
Thanks to everyone for your comments on my earlier questions)