Practitioner-Based Enquiry: Principles for Postgraduate Research

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Appendix 3

Information Retrieval Exercise: British Education Index (BEI)
Supplemented by The Periodicals Catalogue, Summer 1996. NOTE: The exercise is designed on the principle that the print version of the BEI is used first and then the exercise is repeated using the networked CD-ROM version. However, competent students may reverse this process. BY AUTHOR: Refer to 1993 edition of the BEI.
Part A
1 How many articles are listed for the author ‘Lawrence, Brenda’?
2 What is the title of this author’s entry in the British Journal of Educational Psychology?
3 What is the volume number of this journal?
4 What is the edition number of the journal?
5 How many pages long is the article?
6 What is the name of the co-author?
7 What are two (2) keywords listed for this article?
8 Does the Frewen Library hold this journal?
9 If so, for what period (years)?
10 If the Frewen Library holds the journal, where are copies located?

Part B
1 What is the title of the article listed for the author ‘Murray, Louis’?
2 What is the title of the journal in which this article appears?
3 What is the volume number?
4 What is the edition number?
5 How many pages long is the article?
6 What are two (2) keywords listed for the article?
7 Does the Frewen Library hold this journal?
8 If so, for what period (years)?
9 If the Frewen Library holds the journal, where are copies located?
10 List another journal title from The Periodicals Catalogue covering subject matter similar to this journal?

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Practitioner-Based Enquiry: Principles for Postgraduate Research
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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Series Editor’s Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - What Is Practitioner-Based Enquiry? 4
  • 2 - The Basis of Critique of Practitioner-Based Enquiry 18
  • 3 - Opening the Tool Bag 42
  • 4 - ’Ologies and Analogies 70
  • 5 - Contriving Methodology 123
  • 6 - Analysing and Writing— Writing and Analysing 161
  • 7 - Making a Difference 196
  • Appendix 1 217
  • Appendix 2 219
  • Appendix 3 224
  • Appendix 4 225
  • References 230
  • Index 236
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