Reid, Alan D.

A Companion to Research in Education

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Table of contents

Part I. Conceptualising Research in Education

1. Conceptualising Research in Education: Challenging Concepts and Conceptions
Alan D. Reid

2. Traditions of Inquiry in Education: Engaging the Paradigms of Educational Research
Hanan A. Alexander

3. Traditions of Inquiry: Should We Talk of Different Paradigms After All?
Richard Pring

4. The Discipline(s) of Educational Research
David Bridges

5. Changing Scholarly Lives: Neoliberalism, Discipline(s) and Educational Research
Peter Roberts

6. The Problem with ‘Disciplines’ of Educational Research
Hugh Lauder

7. The Pursuit of Truth(s) in Educational Research
Stefan Ramaekers

8. Providing a Space to Enable Alteration in Educational Research
Stijn Mus

9. The Design(s) of Educational Research: Description and Interpretation
Paul Smeyers

10. Relativism, Research and Social Responsibility: Some Remarks Inspired by Smeyers, Wittgenstein and Lyotard
Andrew Stables

11. “This Truth
That I Say to You, Well, You See It in Myself”: On Research As Education | As Philosophy | As a Way of Life
Maarten Simons, Jan Masschelein

12. On Incompetency and Care for the Self as Conditions for Educational Laboratories
Joris Vlieghe, Mathias Decuypere

13. ‘Education Is the New Philosophy’, to Make a Metadisciplinary Claim for the Learning Sciences
Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope

14. Education, Science and the Lifeworld: A Response to “Education Is the New Philosophy”
Norm Friesen

Part II. Characterising Research in Education

15. Characterising Research in Education: Troubling Characteristics and Caricature
Alan D. Reid

16. A Guide for the Perplexed: Scientific Educational Research, Methodolatry, and the Gold Versus Platinum Standards
D. C. Phillips

17. Perplexing Times in Educational Research and the Prospects for a New Platinum Standard
Jānis Ozoliņš

18. Educational Research as Science?
Darrell P. Rowbottom

19. Educational Research and the Light of Science
Richard Smith

20. Educational Research as Science? A Critical Question
Sarah Aiston

21. The Logic of Causal Investigations
Michael Scriven

22. The Logic of Causal Investigations and the Rhetoric and Pragmatics of Research Planning
Melvin M. Mark

23. Theory, Practice and the Philosophy of Educational Action Research in New Light
Marianna Papastephanou

24. Immanent Transcendence in Educational Research
Olav Eikeland

25. When Will I Be a Teacher?
Paul Gibbs

26. The Role of Meta-analysis in Educational Research
John Hattie, H. Jane Rogers, Hariharan Swaminathan

27. Using Educational Research as a Resource for Continuous Improvement in Education: The Best Evidence Syntheses
Adrienne Alton-Lee

28. Framing and Analysing Educational Research: A Recent History of Transactions from a Foucauldian Perspective
Mark Olssen

29. Using or Mobilizing Foucault? Choice Remarks on Eclecticism and Trends in Educational Research
Andreas Fejes

30. On Understanding Power and the Subject of Educational Research
Naomi Hodgson

Part III. Contextualising Research in Education

31. Contexts, Contextualism and Contextualizing Educational Research
Michael A. Peters

32. Dialectics of Race Criticality: Studies in Racial Stratification and Education
Zeus Leonardo

33. What It Means To Be Critical: Beyond Rhetoric and Toward Action
Gloria Ladson-Billings

34. On Being “Race Critical”
Michael W. Apple

35. Untangling Theories and Hegemonic Projects in Researching Education and the Knowledge Economy
Susan L. Robertson

36. The Knowledge Economy as Global Assemblage
Jane Kenway

37. The Creativity Imperative: Implications for Education Research
Cushla Kapitzke, Stephen Hay

38. Reimagining Creativity: Critically, Ethically, and Practically
Phil Graham

39. The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Creativity as the Next Colonial Turn
Karen L. Martin

40. Education and the Creative Economy: Not Just a Question of Ends-in-View?
Justin O’Connor

41. Beyond the Giving and Taking of Accounts: Time, Space and the Social in Educational Research with Youth
Marcia McKenzie

42. Temporality and Identity in Youth Research
Julie McLeod

43. Towards Accountability and Responsibility: Meditations on Engaging the Uneven, Murky and Messy Path Towards Justice with Youth and Community
David Stovall

44. Culture in International and Comparative Education Research: Conceptual and Methodological Issues
Mark Mason

45. Understanding International and Comparative Education Research
Mark Bray

46. Reducing the Research-Practice Gap Through Problem-Based Methodology
Viviane M. J. Robinson

47. Reflections on Problem-Based Methodology
Brian D. Haig

48. The Research-Practice Gap and How to Fill It
Stuart McNaughton

Part IV. Legitimating Research in Education

49. Questions of Legitimacy and Quality in Educational Research
Paul Hart

50. Quality in Educational Research
John K. Smith

51. Questions of Quality in Educational Research
Martyn Hammersley

52. Evidence Based Practice in Education: Between Science and Democracy
Gert Biesta

53. Philosophy Is Not Enough: Inserting Methodology and Politics into the Space Between Science and Democracy
Harry Torrance

54. The Politics of Legitimating Research
Phil Hodkinson

55. The Politics of Legitimating Research: A Case with Commentary
Deborah J. Gallagher

56. Course Team Fictions: Living with the Politics of Legitimating Research
Miriam Zukas

57. Criterial Judgements in Education: Knowledge and Research
David Scott

58. Quality Criteria in Educational Research: Is Beauty More Important Than Popularity?
Terence Karran

59. Legitimation in Post-critical, Post-realist Times, or Whether Legitimation?
Bronwyn Davies

60. Provocative/Provoking Legitimation
Eve Tuck

61. Evolving Ethics of Educational Research
Robin McTaggart

62. Ethics, Power and Intellectual Virtue: Doing Right in a Diversified Educational Research Environment
David Bridges

Part V. Representing Research in Education

63. Destabilizing Representation of Research in Education
E. Paul Hart

64. Historical Trends and Contemporary Issues in Representing Research in Education
John Schostak

65. Whose Research? Whose Reality? The Identity Politics of Education Science
Georgina M. Stewart

66. Inscriptions in Educational Research
Michael Roth

67. Visual Representations in Educational Research
Lilian Pozzer-Ardenghi

68. The heART of Educational Inquiry: Deconstructing the Boundaries Between Research, Knowing and Representation
Kathleen Nolan

69. Mapwork: Atlas Interrupted
Wanda Hurren

70. Startling Stories: Fiction and Reality in Education Research
Carl Leggo, Pauline Sameshima

71. Fictional Characters in Narrative Research Writing
Natasha G. Wiebe

72. What if I Don’t Get It Right?
John J. Guiney Yallop

73. Representations 1.0, 2.0, 3.0
Lisa Korteweg

74. Responding to Environmental Crises Through Multi-media Hypertextual Research Representation
M. J. Barrett

75. The New Openness in Educational Research
John Willinsky

76. How Open Publishing Tools Are Changing Research Representation: An Account of Early Open Journal System Users
Mia Quint-Rapoport

77. Making Public Educational Research: Enabling Impact as Integral to the Educational Research Process
Tirupalavanam G. Ganesh

Keywords: Education, Sociology of Education, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Educational Policy and Politics, Education (general), Social Sciences, general

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