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Methodological Choice and Design

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Taking a step beyond conventional research, this volume provides a new and rich set of concepts regarding the conduct and design of research and educational social change. The text addresses the tension between academic rigor, policy, and practice in contemporary social research.

Beginning and well-seasoned researchers alike face significant challenges in understanding the complexities of research designs arising from both within and across methodological paradigms, and in applying them in ways that maximise impact on knowledge, practice, and policy. This volume engages educational and social researchers in a scholarly debate offering some crucial re-interpretations of established research methodologies in light of contemporary conditions and critical introduction to some contemporary research approaches yet to gain general recognition. This book is a contemporary vademecum for researchers, practitioners and graduate students on research methodologies and designs for educational and social change in today's world. The chapters chart and analyse the conceptual and practical complexities of a variety research designs for contemporary educational and social work research. This anthology, taken overall, provides readers with the knowledge and understanding needed not only to design technically sound and coherent research studies, but also to develop methodologically innovative research projects that cross the boundaries between different methodological traditions to the benefit of scholarship, policy, and practice. The chapters cover nine research approaches: - Design-based research - Action research - Ethnomethodological research - Negotiated ethnography - Arts-informed research - Historical analysis and postcolonial scholarship - Policy analysis - Comparative research - Quantitative modelling of correlational and multi-level data The book provides a critical discussion of epistemological questions and methodological frontiers: - Knowledge and epistemology in scholarship, practice and policy - Digital knowledge and digital research - Emerging methodological challenges for educational research - Challenges and futures for social work and social policy research methods - Methodology and the knowledge industry

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This book provides a new and rich set of understandings of the relationship between the conduct and design of research, and educational and social change. It provides readers with in-depth knowledge about choices of research approaches and designs for "real world" educational and social problems. The book covers nine research methodologies and discusses in depth the challenges, trends and methodological innovations relating to each and to their potential combinations. In particular, it addresses the tensions between the academic rigour, policy, and practice in contemporary social research. TOC:Part I: Introduction to the book and overview: I.1: Bridging and blending disciplines of inquiry: Doing science and changing practice and policy: Lina Markauskaite, Peter Freebody Jude Irwin.- Part II: Foundations: II.1: Research methods for scholarship, practice and policy: Peter Freebody, Lina Markauskaite, Jude Irwin.- Part III: Research approaches for innovation and action-focussed inquiry: III.1: Design-based research: We need to do better: Peter Reimann.- III.2: Design experiments: Their relevance and importance for educational research: Richard Walker.- III.3: Action research in education and social work: Susan Groundwater-Smith and Jude Irwin.- III.4: Linking practitioner action, innovation and decision-making: Practical challenges and contraints: Robyn Ewing.- III.5: Ethnomethodology and classroom interaction: Applications and challenges: Peter Freebody.- III.6: Ethnomethodology: From the analysis of classroom interaction to policy and school reform: Michael Anderson.- III.7: Negotiated ethnography: The possibilities for practice: Debra Hayes.- III.8: Working through the difficulties in negotiated ethnography: Ken Johnston.- III.9: Drawing on the arts, transforming research: Possibilities of arts-informed perspectives: Andra Cole and Gary Knowles.- III.10: Arts-informed inquiry: Investigating the liminal in professional education: Robyn Ewing.- Part IV: Classical research methods in new social and political contexts: IV.1: Historical analysis: New approaches to postcolonial scholarship: Tim Allender.- IV.2: Postcolonial scholarship in social justice research: Ruth Phillips.- IV.3: Postpositivist policy anlysis: Analysing policy as discourse: Susan Goodwin.- IV.4: The importance of policy failure: Phillip Jones.- IV.5: Thinking comparatively: Anthony Welch.- IV.6: Know Thyself: Culture and identity in comparative research: Nigel Bagnall.- IV.7: Quantative modelling of correlational data in educational research: Andrew J. Martin.- IV.8: From quantative modelling to experimentation in educational research: Paul Ginns.- Part V: Methodological frontiers: challenges and future directions: V.1: Digital knowledge and digital research: What could eResearch offer for education and social policy? Lina Markauskaite.- V.2: Afterword: Emerging methodological challenges for educational research: Peter Goodyear.- V.3: Afterword: Challenges and futures for social work and social policy research methods: Barbara Fawcett, Sue Goodwin, Ruth Phillips.- V.4: Epilogue: Towards an integrated research agenda: Education for social change and social change for education: Jude Irwin, Peter Freebody, Lina Markauskaite.-



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Part I Introduction and foundations: 1 Bridging and blending disciplines of inquiry: doing science and changing practice and policy: Lina Markauskaite, Peter Freebody and Jude Irwin, 2: Knowledge and epistemology in scholarship, practice and policy: research-as-science and research-as-project: Peter Freebody, Lina Markauskaite and Jude Irwin, Part II Research approaches for innovation and change: 3: Design-based research: Peter Reimann, 4 Design-based research: reflections on some epistemological issues and practices: Richard Walker, 5: Action research in education and social work: Susan Groundwater-Smith and Jude Irwin, 6; Action research and professional learning: some reflections on inquiries that advance professional knowledge and practice: Robyn Ewing, 7: Ethnomethodological research in education and the social sciences: studying 'the business, identities and cultures' of classrooms: Peter Freebody and Jill Freiberg, 8 Drama education, ethnomethodology and 'industrious chatter': Michael Anderson, 9: Negotiated ethnography: the possibilities for practice: Debra Hayes, 10: Provoking change - the role of research in institutional learning and organisational change: Ken Johnston, 11 Drawing on the arts, transforming research: possibilities of arts-informed perspectives: Ardra L. Cole and J. Gary Knowles, 12 Investigating the liminal in professional education through arts-informed research: Robyn Ewing, Part III Classical research approaches in new social and political contexts, 13 Historical analysis: new approaches to postcolonial scholarship and the subcontinent: Tim Allender, 14 Postcolonial scholarship in social justice research: Ruth Phillips, 15 Analysing policy as discourse: methodological advances in policy analysis: Susan Goodwin, 16 Policy analysis and social transformation: making connections between policy fields and contemporary social life: Amanda Elliot, 17 The challenge of comparative research: a critical introduction: Anthony Welch, 18 Know thyself: culture and identity in comparative research: Nigel Bagnall, 19 Quantitative modelling of correlational and multi-level data in educational research: a construct validity approach to exploring and testing theory: Andrew J. Martin, Jasmine Green, Susan Colmar, Gregory A. D. Liem and Herbert W. Marsh, 20 Quantitative modelling of experimental data in educational research: current practice and future possibilities; Paul Ginns, Part IV Methodological frontiers, challenges and future directions, 21 Digital knowledge and digital research: what does eResearch offer education and social policy?: Lina Markauskaite, 22 Emerging methodological challenges for educational research: Peter Goodyear, 23: Challenges and futures for social work and social policy research methods< Barbara Fawcett, Susan Goodwin and Ruth Phillips, 24: Research frontiers and border-crossings: methodology and the knowledge industry: Patrick Brownlee and Jude Irwin, Subject index, Author index

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Titre: Methodological Choice and Design
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Code EAN: 9789048189328
ISBN: 978-90-481-8932-8
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Sciences sociales en général
nombre de pages: 311
Poids: 641g
Taille: H235mm x B235mm x T155mm
Année: 2010
Auflage: 2011

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