8 edition of Qualitative research in education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||LB1028 .L436 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2008044868|
“This book, Approaches to Qualitative Research in Mathematics Education: Examples of Methodology and Methods, edited by Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, Christine Knipping, and Norma Presmeg, is a timely and valuable addition to the research literature in mathematics education. . Qualitative Research Methods for Second Language Education: A Coursebook is a ready-made coursebook for both students and teachers in the second language department. The book stems from my desire to make a practical yet complete resource book for learning qualitative research methods.
Qualitative Research in Education: A Shopper's Guide, Third Model continues to ship collectively the necessary elements of qualitative evaluation, along with traditions and influences in the sector and smart, step-by-step protection of each stage of the evaluation course of. Planning and designing qualitative research Selecting a sample •Qualitative research typically involves purposeful sampling •Selection for in-depth study of typical, atypical, or, in some way, exemplary “information-rich cases”(Patton, ) •Determine key informants (individuals who File Size: KB.
Bias—commonly understood to be any influence that provides a distortion in the results of a study (Polit & Beck, )—is a term drawn from the quantitative research (though perhaps not all) of us would recognize the concept as being incompatible with the philosophical underpinnings of qualitative inquiry (Thorne, Stephens, & Truant, ).Cited by: D.L. Morgan, K. Hoffman, in International Encyclopedia of Education (Third Edition), Within qualitative research as a whole, participant observation and individual interviewing are the two most likely alternatives to focus groups as a method for collecting data. For participant observation, the fundamental strength of this method is the ability to provide data about behavior that occurs.
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As we have tried to make clear in this book, qualitative research in education is a wide-ranging and complex process. Qualitative research is a ‘generative form of inquiry’ (Peshkin, ) which draws on both interpretivist and critical paradigms (Denzin and Lincoln, x).
“For four editions, readers have turned to Interviewing as Qualitative Research for its practical and straight-forward presentation of a powerful interviewing updated examples, new sections on ethics, and much more, this new edition remains a must-read for any graduate student or experienced researcher interested in the art of qualitative interviewing.”/5(12).
This outstanding new textbook provides a comprehensive overview of qualitative approaches to educational research. The text draws upon a broad range of real. The aim of this chapter is to explore the concept of educational research, its purposes and processes.
It presents research as an integral and essential part of professional practice, and it explores some of the key issues which researchers need to consider when planning their research, such as questions of subjectivity and scope; positivist and interpretivist approaches; and the distinction.
Qualitative Research in Education: A User's Guide is a core textbook for graduate courses in educational research.
As with previous edition, the book will provide readers with a blend of practical and theoretical information. The use of real-world examples and illustrations will help users grasp abstract ideas and apply them to their research.
A clear and in-depth understanding of the varied research methods that are used in education today "This is a superior book with many features that make for an excellent textbook This text does an excellent job of defining the varying types of research and settles the question of whether qualitative or quantitative is superior for educational research by including mixed research models as 5/5(2).
qualitative research involves collecting and/or working with text, images, or sounds. An outcome-oriented definition such as that proposed by Nkwi et al. avoids (typically inaccurate) generalizations and the unnecessary (and, for the most part, inaccurate) dichotomous positioning of qualitative research with respect to its quantitative coun.
Interviewing as Qualitative Research: A Guide for Researchers in Education and the Social Sciences by Irving Seidman | out of 5 stars This book was written for beginners in the area of qualitative research.
Its purpose is to make qualitative research methods understandable, interesting, concrete and useable. It aims at achieving Author: Arthur Cropley. Qualitative research methods is defined as a process that focuses on obtaining data through open-ended and conversational communication.
This method is not only about “what” people think but also “why” they think so. Also, read in this blog qualitative research examples, types, & more. Research Methods in Education series: Each book in this series maps the territory of a key research approach or topic in order to help readers progress from beginner to advanced researcher.
Each book aims to provide a definitive, market-leading overview and to. This outstanding new textbook provides a comprehensive overview of qualitative approaches to educational research.
The text draws upon a broad range of real-life examples to describe and illustrate the methods through which educational data may be analyzed. Through a detailed yet concise explanation, the reader is then shown how these methods work and how their outcomes may. Qualitative research is designed to reveal the meaning that informs the action or outcomes that are typically measured by quantitative research.
So qualitative researchers investigate meanings, interpretations, symbols, and the processes and relations of social : Ashley Crossman. The book is full of examples that make the reading even easier and more interesting. This book is an excellent introduction to qualitative research in education.
I am recommending it as essential reading for second year students in the BA Educations Studies and students doing the research methods module in the MA Education. The qualitative research method is practiced widely in education and social sciences. A combination of both qualitative and quantitative research is increasingly seen as useful in answering research questions and understanding the world.
One problem with qualitative research is its potential for bias. Quantitative Research in Education: A Primer, Second Edition is a brief and practical text designed to allay anxiety about quantitative research. Award-winning authors Wayne K. Hoy and Curt M. Adams first introduce readers to the nature of research and science, and then present the meaning of concepts and research problems as they dispel.
Qualitative Research Methods for Second Language Education: A Coursebook is a ready-made coursebo ok for both students and teachers in the second language dep artment. alongside this book. Research Methods in Education, sixth edition, is essential reading for both the professional researcher and anyone involved in educational research.
Louis Cohen is Emeritus Professor of Education at Loughborough University, UK. Lawrence Manion was former Principal Lecturer in Music at Didsbury School of Education, Manchester.
Qualitative research is a range of kinds of research, the common feature of which is reliance on unstructured data and on forms of data analysis that are non-numerical. The data may take the form of fieldnotes written by the researcher in the course of observation or interviews, audio or video recordings carried out by the researcher in natural settings or interviews, documents of various.
Qualitative Research (QRJ) is a bimonthly peer reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles on the methodological diversity and multi-disciplinary focus of qualitative research. The journal is edited by Kate Moles, Dawn Mannay, Tom Hall, Robin Smith and. It is unfair to judge qualitative research by a quantitative research paradigm, just as it is unfair to judge quantitative research from the qualitative research paradigm.
“Qualitative researchers seek to make sense of personal stories and the ways in which they intersect” (Glesne & Peshkin, ).Author: Del Siegle. Written in a conversational and engaging style, Qualitative Research in Education: A User's Guide provides those new to the field with a blend of practical and theoretical information.
Author Marilyn Lichtman addresses a broad spectrum of recent information about the process of qualitative educational research and brings together in one volume the essential elements of all/5.research for education takes many forms and is conducted in many settings.
Although researchers in anthropology and sociology have used the approach described in this book for a century, the term qualitative research was not used in the social sciences.