This book is intended to educate students on the scientific research process in the social sciences, and other relevant fields. This book is developed based on an extensive study made by the department of humanities faculty members. The intended audience for this book is Undergraduates and postgraduate students, junior researchers, and professors who teach research techniques and senior researchers can also use it as a quick and compact reference. You may ask what is special in this book. Or how it is different from other textbooks? This book is just not a Just research guidance book but it covers the entire basic research writing process from starting to end most textbooks go into great detail about research methodologies, but they skip over the more difficult, less structured, and probably more significant issues like theorizing and thinking like a researcher, which are typically required for empirical research. Most students, in my experience, become pretty adept at research methodologies but fail to construct scientific ideas. To fill this gap, we have dedicated entire chapters to topics like “Thinking like a Researcher” which are critical abilities for a researcher. The book focus on more relevant and easy research techniques Instead of burdening students with a large text on top of their required readings, this book is designed to supplement those readings by condensing all relevant themes in one compact volume. The book is divided into 15 chapters. Professors, on the other hand, can add, remove, stretch, or condense material to tailor the book to their own curriculum demands. We intend to keep this book up to date when new findings become available. Please let us know if there is any new or fascinating stuff that you would like to see in future editions, and we will do our best to include it.