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Meta-Ethnographic Synthesis in Education


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Introduction - Meta-ethnographic synthesis in education: Challenges, aims and possibilities Michalis Kakos and Bettina Fritzsche 1. A matter of scale: multi-scale ethnographic research on education in the United States Margaret Eisenhart 2. Personalisation and the education commodity: a meta-ethnographic analysis Dennis Beach 3. The normativity of the helping child - meta-ethnographic perspectives on individualised learning in age-mixed classrooms Christina Huf and Andrea Raggl 4. Using meta-ethnographic analysis to understand and represent youth's notions and experiences of learning in and out of secondary school Fernando Hernandez-Hernandez and Juana M. Sancho-Gil 5. Meta-ethnography and systematic reviews - linked to the evidence movement and caught in a dilemma Karen Borgnakke 6. Meta-ethnography of autoethnographies: a worked example of the method using educational studies Sherick Hughes and George Noblit 7. A meta-ethnography of two studies on interactions in schools: reflections on the process of translation Michalis Kakos and Bettina Fritzsche 8. Steady and delayed: explaining the different development of meta-ethnography in health care and education I. Uny, E. F. France and G.W. Noblit

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Michalis Kakos is a Reader at the School of Education, Leeds Beckett University, UK. He is a member of the University's Centre for Research and Innovation in Childhood, Education and Society and is a Visiting Professor at the University of Education in Freiburg, Germany. His research interests and current research are in the fields of educational ethnography, citizenship education, and the educational inclusion of refugee and migrant students.Bettina Fritzsche is a Professor for General Education with an emphasis on qualitative methods at the University of Education in Freiburg, Germany. In her last research project, she undertook a comparative ethnography of teacher-student relationships in an English and a German primary school (funded by the German Research Foundation). Her research interests lie in cultural-comparative educational research, reconstructive research on education, ethnography, and videography of pedagogical practices and diversity in schools.

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