"Education is a discipline that is constantly emerging and for which there are more questions than answers. Beyond the research reports, the articles in refereed journals, and the well-crafted presentations, what is happening in education? What difference does our work make in the lives of those we research? How is education as a whole different because of our effort? And what is the nature of the difference we make? This book provides some answers to those questions, based on engaged and critical research from around the world. It is also a critical reflection on new possibilities for qualitative research, its implications and relevance to educational practice."--Jacket.
Why make a difference? / Françoise Bodone -- The social relevance of critical ethnography / Phil Carspecken -- Maori Theory : an indigenous theory of transformative praxis / Graham Hingangaroa Smith -- Taking a fresh look at education / Mary C. Dalmau -- What is the worth of our enquiries : choices, limitations and emancipatory possibilities / Enora R. Brown -- Living educational theories and multi-media / Jack Whitehead -- The practical and scholarly value of the self-study of teaching and teacher education practices / Jerry Allender -- The struggle for legitimate knowledge : teachers' thinking on research / Andrew Gitlin, Mary D. Burbank, and Don Kauchak -- Voice, nostalgia, and teachers' experiences of change / Andrew Hargreaves and Shawn Moore -- Policy research and 'damaged teachers' : towards an epistemologically respectful paradigm / John Smyth -- Researching with teachers : making responsive professional practice visible(and viable) / Hafdis Gudjonsdottir -- Research mentoring : the missing link in educational research / Sarah Fletcher -- Articulating knowledge for transformation / Yolanda Watts-Johnson -- The potential of artful analysis and portrayals in qualitative inquiries / Lynn Butler-Kisber -- Where protocols matter-research deep inside / Linda Tuhiwai Smith -- Reciprocity in research : a retrospective look at / My work with Kilome women / Mutindi Mumbua Kiluva-Ndunda -- I am, you are, we become : exploring relational research / Changing power relations in education : Kaupapa Maori messages for 'mainstream' education in Aotearoa New Zealand
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