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Friday, June 19, 2009

Interpreting Social Science response to Research

Assumptions underlying the answers given by teachers interviewed regarding research:

  • Research is a complex process
  • The student is already doing research
  • Research is individual
  • No reference to method
  • The problem/question has already been identified
  • Mistaking skill for method
  • Social sciences do not distinguish between applied research and fundamental research.

distinction between
  • method and skill
  • curriculum, course, programme, discipline

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