Doing Educational Research

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normally illuminating to them if this is expressed discursively, in the meta language of social science’ (Giddens, 1984, p.328). In these terms, as theory, Micropolitics is an exercise in conceptual mapping. The aim is to establish a set of analytical tools—power, goal diversity, ideological disputation, conflicts, political activity and control—which can be employed in specific settings towards the understanding of social practices. The concepts are intricately related.


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Ball, S.J. (1982b) ‘Participant observation as a research method’, in Deakin University, Case Study Method: Readings 32-44. The Conduct of Fieldwork, Geelong, Deakin University Press.
Ball, S.J. (1982c) The application and verification of participant observation case study’, in Deakin University, Case Study methods 26-33. Perspectives on Case Study 4: Ethnography, Geelong, DeakinUniversity Press .
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