This rigorous volume focuses on the underlying perspectives justifying the major approaches currently being used in educational research.Introductory chapters lay the foundation for exploring varying research perspectives. Nine specific perspectives on researchapost positivism, pragmatism, constructivism, ethics and deliberate democracy, criticism, interpretivism, race/ethnicity/gender, arts-based research, and post structuralismaare examined, through discussions written by senior scholars known for their expertise in the perspective. And, a aguided toura of criticism is given, in which these same scholars demonstrate the use of the acritical methoda by critiquing six studies selected as exemplars of different research approaches.For education students who aspire to become researchers, and for those who simply need to read and understand research literature.Performing Culture in the Classroom: An Instructional (Auto) Ethnography BRYANT KEITH ALEXANDER and a predominantly White University: A ... The essay seeks to contribute to the development of education as well as performance theory.
|Title||:||Introduction to the Philosophies of Research and Criticism in Education and the Social Sciences|
|Author||:||James L. Paul|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2005|