Research Methods in Education

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Index

a
absolutism 58 -9
academic freedom 38 - 44 , 69
access 53 -7, 67 , 98 -9, 140 , 144 , 314
account gathering 295 , 300 -2
accounts 80 , 145 , 237 , 293 - 304 , 403 -4
bubble dialogue in 403 (note 4)
characteristics of 294
examples of 300 -2
problems with 302
procedures in 294 -7
see also discourse analysis;
ethogenic method;
network analysis;
speech acts;
stories
accuracy 93 -6, 117 , 128 , 264 -5
achievement tests, see tests, kinds of
action research 73 , 79 , 80 , 226 -41, 402
as critical praxis 30 -2, 228 , 231 -4, 235
emancipatory 30 -2, 228 , 231 -4, 235 , 240 , 241
ethics in 63 , 67 -8
nature of 67 , 226 -30
planning of 234 -9
reflexivity in 239
stages of 234 -9
see also collaborative action research;
critical action research;
Delphi techniques;
Nominal Group Technique
advocacy 52 -3, 140 -1
agency 19 , 27 , 31
analysis of variance 81 , 318
analytic induction 80 , 150 -1
anonymity 57 , 61 -2, 142 , 186 , 246 , 251 , 256 , 259 , 269 , 292 , 335
anthropological methods, see ethnographic methods
anti-positivist movement 6 , 9 , 17 - 20 , 22 , 27
applied research 38
aptitude tests, see tests, kinds of
AQUAD 156
assessment 80 , 131 , 334 ,
see also tests
association, concept of 191 -7,
see also correlational
ATLAS/ti 156
audiences of research 38 - 44 , 57 , 61 -3, 66 -7, 87 , 89
audio-visual recording 237 , 279 , 281 -2, 295 -6, 313 , 347 -8
authenticity in research 104 -5, 108 , 120 , 131 , 162 , 239 , 255 , 294

b
Becker, H. 22 , 25
behaviour 5 , 9 , 22 , 27 , 137 , 191
behaviourism 19 , 29 , 32 -4, 309
beneficence 64 , 69 , 71 , 246 , 279 , 292 , 315 , 335 ,
see also ethics
Bennett, S.N. 351 -3, 369 , 405 (notes 2 and 3)
Bernstein, B. 27 , 32 , 34
Betrayal 63 ,
see also ethics
bias
in ethogenic research 302
in experimental research 126 -8, 224
in historical research 163 -4, 166 -8
in interviewing 120 -6, 293
in life history research 65 , 132 -3, 161 -8
in questionnaires 128 -9
in sampling,
see also reliability and validity;
sampling, representativeness of
biographies 24 , 26 , 80 , 165 -8
Blumer, H. 21 , 25
Boids 386 -8
bubble dialogue 258 , 403 (note 4)

c
case studies 15 , 79 , 80 , 138 , 152 -3, 167 -8, 181 -90, 228 , 247
defined 181 -5
examples of 185 -7, 400 (ch. 9 note 4)
observation in 187 -9
planning 189 -90
types of 183 -7
catalytic validity, see validity, kinds of
causal research 10 , 14 , 16 , 19 , 30 , 150 , 178 , 179 , 197 , 201 , 205 -10, 211 -25, 385
causal-comparative research 93 , 205 -6, 209 , 210
‘cause-to-effect’ studies 80 , 181 , 205 -10
Central Limit Theorem 96 -7, 385
chaos theory 33 , 383 , 385 -9
children 52 -3, 66 , 124 -5, 258 , 287 -8, 300
chi-square 80 , 81 , 251 , 318 , 364 -8
cluster analysis 171 , 351 -3, 360 -4, 405 (note 5)
cluster sampling, see sampling, kinds of

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