Falmer Press (1997)
|Abstract||In recent years, the debate over the merits of the qualitative method versus the quantitative method has dominated social science. Until the postmodernist theory appeared on the scene, challenging all our preconceptions about research methods, the debate appeared to have been won by those promoting the qualitative approach. The implications of this change are show in this book, essential reading for those undertaking their own research.|
|Keywords||Education Philosophy Education Methodology Postmodernism and education|
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|Call number||LB1028.S242 1997|
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