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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 15 No 3 1998: Paradigms for research in professional educational psychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 15 No 3 1998: Paradigms for research in professional educational psychology

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Paradigms for research in professional educational psychology.

 

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About the contributors

Editorial
Ingrid Lunt

Research methods in educational psychology: traditional and new paradigm
Brahm Norwich

Illuminative evaluation
Bob Burden

Learning to learn, phenomenography and children's learning
Chris Walker

The ethnographic approach
Gretar Marinosson

Focus groups to explore the views of educational psychologists in training
Ingrid Lunt

Action research: redefining the term 'scientist practitioner'
Rob Stoker and Joan Figg

Discourse analysis: elevating the mundane
Nick Bozic, Jane Leadbetter and Phil Stringer

Are educational psychologists serious about research?
Geoff Lindsay

Research and its influence on learning
Anne Edwards

 

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