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Educational Research and Inquiry
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Introduction; Part 1: Education Research and Inquiry Foundations; 1. Research in Education: Current issues and debates; 2. Educational Research and Inquiry; 3. Qualitative Research as a Method of Inquiry in Education; 4. Quantitative Research as a Method of Inquiry in Education; Part 2: Conceptualizing and Planning Research in Education; 5. Research Questions and Research Design; 6. Doing a Literature Review; 7. Ethical Considerations and Legal Issues in Educational Research; Part 3. Methodology and Research Designs in Education: Strategies of Inquiry; 8. Action Research; 9. Ethnographic Encounters with Children; 10. Children's and Young People's Participation within Educational and Civic Settings: A comparative case study; 11. Researching Classroom Interaction and Talk; 12. Documentary Research; 13. The Application of Visual Methodology in the Exploration of the Visual Culture of Schools; 14. Interviewing as Educational Research Methods; 15. Experimental and Quasi-experimental Designs in Educational Research; 16. Survey Research in Education; 17. Evaluation Research in Education; Part 4. Making Sense of Research in Education: Analyzing Data; 18. Qualitative Research Analysis in Education; 19. Key Concepts in Quantitative Research; Bibliography; Index.

About the Author

Dr Dimitra Hartas is Associate Professor in the Institute of Education at the University of Warwick. Her research and teaching interests focus on disability issues, children's language development and children's rights.

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'This book provides a comprehensive review of issues related to educational research and enquiry. It serves as a valuable guide for students and as a reference for more experienced researchers. Its wide coverage of methodologies and strategies give it a broad appeal and it deserves to become a standard text on educational research methodology.' Graeme Hutcheson, Lecturer in Quantitative Methods and Statistical Modelling, Manchester University, UK
This book is a helpful resource on how to start the 'journey of research' keeping in mind that it is for a broader, not specific purpose. The book is a useful tool for initial student researchers who have some background in social science investigation.
'Educational Research and Inquiry is an excellent resource that explains, challenges and exemplifies. A key feature is that it helpfully weaves together research methodological and substantive aspects so for example the challenges of researching children are discussed in the context of such questions as 'what is a child'? Quantitative methods are given considerable coverage, yet newer areas like visual methodologies are helpfully addressed.'Kathy Hall, Professor of Education and Head of Department, University College Cork, Ireland

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