This bestselling text enables beginning researchers to organise and evaluate the research they read, and to plan and implement small scale research projects of their own. It gives structured, practical guidance on:
The authors present research as a principled activity that begins with the establishing and structuring of theoretical and empirical fields and research findings as serving to ask questions of educational practice rather than directing it.
This revised and updated second edition includes a new chapter dealing with the complex issue of research ethics. It also includes consideration of digital technologies and new media, both as settings of research and research tools, the chapters on qualitative and quantitative analysis have been expanded and the annotated bibliography updated.
The authors have been active researchers in educational studies for more than twenty years. They have also supervised numerous doctoral and masters dissertations and taught research methods programmes in various higher education institutions around the world as well as in the Institute of Education, University of London.
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Paul Dowling is Professor of Education and Director of Postgraduate Research in the Faculty of Culture and Pedagogy at the Institute of Education, University of London. His other publications include Sociology as Method: Departures from the Forensics of Culture, Text and Knowledge (2009, Sense) and The Sociology of Mathematics Education: Mathematical Myths/Pedagogic Texts (1998, Falmer Press).
Andrew Brown is Professor of Education and Dean of the Doctoral School at the Institute of Education, University of London. He has worked as an international consultant for major education development agencies. His other publications include Professional Doctorates: Integrating Professional and Academic Knowledge (with David Scott, Ingrid Lunt and Lucy Thorne, 2004, Open University Press) and Digital Technology, Communities and Education (World Yearbook of Education 2004, edited with Niki Davis, Routledge).Review:
It goes very close to requiting the notion that you can write successfully for beginners and, at the same time, define the field. (Brian Davies, reviewing the first edition of Doing Research/Reading Research for the International Journal of Social Research Methodology).
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