Qualitative Research in Education : Interaction and Practice
Key features of this title include:
- Links theory and practice by locating forms of analysis within a clear theoretical perspective.
- Locates qualitative research in the social and cultural context in which it originates.
- Contains a variety of `real-life' examples and case studies.
- Each chapter concludes with a set of exercises and questions for further discussion.
Qualitative Research in Education presents a thorough explanation of the complexities of educational research and demonstrates the importance of placing this knowledge within cultural, linguistic and sociological contexts. It is an extremely informative text, which constitutes essential reading for those engaged in the research and analysis of educational data.
- Paperback | 248 pages
- 156 x 234 x 13.21mm | 380g
- 16 Jun 2003
- SAGE Publications Inc
- Thousand Oaks, United States
- First Edition
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Table of contents
Research in Education
Problems with Practical Activity
Exploring the Neighbourhood in Search of the `Qualitative'
Are the Insiders Really `Family'? Categories of Qualitative Research
Methods and Methodologies
Ethnography, Case Study and Action Research
Studying Educational Interactions
Conducting and Analyzing Interviews
Analyzing Educational Texts
Studying Education as a Practical Accomplishment
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