Qualitative Educational Research in Developing Countries: Current Perspectives

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1996-10-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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This collection of 11 original in-depth accounts of qualitative research and evaluation in developing countries argues that such innovative methods offer considerable advantages over traditional methods. With examples drawn from Asia, Africa, the South Pacific, Central America and the Caribbean, each chapter focuses upon a specific method-such as qualitative interviews, fieldwork or document analysis-and considers related theoretical and practical issues. Key issues addressed include the identification of appropriate research questions; access; research ethics; practitioner research; case study evaluation; North-South collaboration and the potential of qualitative research for policy-making and theory.

Table of Contents

Series Editor's Foreword
Qualitative Research in Developing Countries: Issues and Experiencep. 1
Integrating Paradigms in Educational Research: Issues of Quantity and Quality in Poor Countriesp. 31
Qualitative Research and Educational Policy-Making: Approaching the Reality in Developing Countriesp. 65
The Importance of Fieldwork: Anthropology and Education in Papua New Guineap. 87
Using Documents for Qualitative Educational Research in Africap. 113
Interviews and the Study of School Management: An International Perspectivep. 133
Improving Our Practice: Collaborative Classroom Action Research in Lesothop. 161
Dilemmas of Insider Research in a Small-Country Setting: Tertiary Education in St. Luciap. 199
Planning for Case-Study Evaluation in Belize, Central Americap. 221
Implementing Qualitative Research in Pakistan: International Teamworkp. 245
North-South Collaboration in Educational Research: Reflections on Indian Experiencep. 265
Contributorsp. 295
Author Indexp. 301
Subject Indexp. 307
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