Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 4, June

Liberalism: Notes on a Concept for Educators and Educational Researchers
This paper investigates the history and concept of liberalism from its first uses to its most modern incarnations. The paper aims to serve as a primer for educators and educational researchers to better understand liberalism and its place as a foundational...
Life Meanings for Past and Present: Case Studies of Four Retired Faculty
This empirical study employed the inductive qualitative research method with four faculty who retired from a private, religiously-affiliated, Midwestern university. Participants possessed diverging experiences and representative prototypes. The literature...
The Culture of Morality: Social Development, Context, and Conflict
The Culture of Morality: Social Development, Context, and Conflict by Elliot TurielFew questions are more persistent than ones that focus on the development and enculturation of morality. Since ancient Greece, the study of what it means to be moral and...
The Underlying Student Reasons for Rating SET Questionnaire Items: How Student Solve the Problem of Filling out Questionnaires
In order to enhance the quality of teaching in higher education establishments, as "stakeholders" of the institution, the opinions of students related to the teaching they receive are given precedence. This is achieved by using mandatory SET questionnaires...

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