Innovations in Educational Ethnography: Theories, Methods, and Results (Google eBook)
George Spindler, Lorie Hammond
Psychology Press, Oct 12, 2012 - Education - 416 pages
This volume focuses on and exemplifies how ethnography--a research tool devoted to looking at human interaction as a cultural process rather than individual psychology--can shed light on educational processes framed by the complex, internationalized soci
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