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Research as Social Change : New Opportunities for Qualitative Research - Michael Schratz

Research as Social Change

New Opportunities for Qualitative Research

Paperback Published: 14th September 1995
ISBN: 9780415118699
Number Of Pages: 196

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The authors of "Research as Social Change" argue in clear and accessible language that teaching, learning and research are essentially social and deeply personal activities. This is not a conventional text, for although it is about ways in which research can be used by those in various areas of professional practice, it does not simply catalog or describe conventional research methods. The book's main concerns are qualitative research, research in action (rather than in abstraction) and case study methods. Rob Walker and Michael Schratz give examples of research that are concerned with the nature of personal memories and discuss what is worth doing in reviewing research literature. Other topics covered include the social nature of perception, the uses that research can make of drawings and photographs, the emotional relationships implicit in research and research in the context of the contemporary workplace.
Walker and Schratz develop new directions and new possibilities for research and find ways of bringing together theory and practice, the personal and the social as well as organizations and their clients. It is an important resource and means of support for all who are interested in doing research but are critical of most studies that are currently available.

Social Research as Social Action
Elephants and Apples: from Social Perception to False Consciousness
Collective Memory-work: The Self as a Re/source for Re/search
Being There: Using Pictures to See the Invisible
Reading to Write: Finding Songlines in the Research Literature
Theory is Not Just Theoretical
Emotional Work in Doing Research: Looking at/with a Blind Spot in Academic Relationships
in Place of Work: Beyond the Recognition of Prior Learning
Windows to Look Through/Windows to Break, Open or Close
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ISBN: 9780415118699
ISBN-10: 0415118697
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 196
Published: 14th September 1995
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 15.88  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1

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