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Understanding, Designing and Conducting Qualitative Research in Education
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Finding bearings
Subjects
choices and consequences
The other
its objects and objectivity
Handling complexity and uncertainty
Sense and nonsense
braving the postmodern, broaching the novel
Being shy of the truth
Framing texts and evidence
con/texts, intertextuality and rhetoric
Framing ethics and political issues
Framing ethical actions
Writing it
Conclusion
References
Index.

About the Author

John Schostak is Professor and Director of the Centre for Applied Research in Education, University of East Anglia. He has been involved in around 40 funded projects involving ethnographies, evaluations and case studies of a range of organizations and professions from schooling, to journalism, to healthcare, to policing, to business and information technology.

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