National Library of Australia
||Kidlington, Oxford, UK ; New York, NY : Pergamon, 1999
xvi, 312 p. ; 25 cm.
- Preface / J. P. Keeves and G. Lakomski
- Pt. I. Introduction. 1. Overview of Issues in Educational Research / J. P. Keeves. 2. History of Educational Research / G. de Landsheere. 3. Research Paradigms in Education / T. Husen. 4. Research in Education: Epistemological Issues / J. C. Walker and C. W. Evers. 5. Teachers as Researchers / S. Hollingsworth. 6. Policy-Oriented Research / J. Nisbet
- Pt. II. The Range of Approaches. 7. Scientific Methods in Educational Research / A. Kaplan. 8. Biographical Research Methods / N. K. Denzin. 9. Case Study Methods / A. Sturman. 10. Ethnographic Research Methods / R. Taft. 11. Historical Methods in Educational Research / C. F. Kaestle. 12. Narrative Enquiry / F. M. Connelly and D. J. Clandinin. 13. Naturalistic and Rationalistic Enquiry / E. G. Guba and Y. S. Lincoln. 14. Action Research / S. Kemmis. 15. Critical Discourse Analysis / A. Luke. 16. Critical Theory and Education / G. Lakomski. 17. Hermeneutics / P.-J. Odman and D. Kerdeman. Pt. III. Issues. 18. Research in Education: Nature, Needs, and Priorities / J. P. Keeves and P. A. McKenzie. 19. Equality of Educational Opportunity: Philosophical Issues / K. R. Howe. 20. Feminist Research Methodology / B. D. Haig. 21. Measurement in Educational Research / J. P. Keeves. 22. Postmodernism / J. Marshall and M. Peters. 23. Positivism, Antipositivism, and Empiricism / D. C. Phillips. 24. Phenomenology and Existentialism / R. Small. 25. From Foundations to Coherence in Educational Research / C. W. Evers. 26. Symbol Processing, Situated Action, and Social Cognition: Implications for Educational Research and Methodology / G. Lakomski.
Includes bibliographical references.
||Education - Research. | Education - Research - Methodology.
||Keeves, J. P. (John Philip), 1924- | Lakomski, Gabriele
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