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Paperback Doing your early years research project : A step by step guide / Guy Roberts-Holmes.
Publication year: 2005
Media type Paperback
Publisher: Sage Publications Inc,US : [distributor] SAGE Publications Ltd :
Resource type: Physical
ISBN: 9781412901123 (pbk.) : 141290112X (pbk.) :
YOU CAN DO RESEARCH Your Feelings About Doing Research Myths About Early Childhood Research An Inclusive Approach Towards Early Childhood Research Your Research Project within Early Childhood Studies The Professionalisation of Early Childhood Studies Principles of High-quality Early Childhood Research The Research Process within Early Childhood Studies Everyday Research Skills The Responsibilities of your Supervisor The Overall Structure of your Research Report Your Responsibilities Throughout the Research The Research Tutorial Your Research Timetabling YOUR RESEARCH STORY, METHODOLOGY AND RESEARCH QUESTIONS Reflecting Upon Your Personal Story Methodology Some Research Stories Your Reflective Diary High Levels of Motivation Professional Motivations Focusing On Your Area of Interest The Overall Research Questions and the Field Questions Getting Your Research Questions Right - Breadth and Depth Doing a Pilot Study DES
Extent: 192 p. : ill. ; 24x17x1 cm.
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Contains research summaries, key points checklists and discussion topics. This book features guidance on: selecting a topic; organizing and structuring your project; the range of research methods available; and, ethical issues. It also shows you how to use a range of methods of investigation, including observation, interviews and questionnaires. 'This book provides an excellent foundation for anyone about to begin a small-scale research project for a diploma or first degree, not only in early years education, but in any educational phase. As its subtitle suggests, it is a step-by-step guide but it goes beyond this in the issues it tackles in several chapters, as well as being a valuable source of information including a glossary of research terminology, and an annotated list of early years journals. It has several strengths, in particular the 'personal research stories' which show the reader how several of the author's students tackled each stage of the research process. A second st