Doing and writing action research

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SAGE, 2009 - Reference - 201 pages
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Doing and Writing Action Research provides a clear, comprehensive, and user-friendly guide to the practical aspects of carrying out action research. Written with practitioners involved in workplace-based professional development programs, as well as those on research training courses, in mind, this book covers all the core issues, with guidance on how to present findings, produce a research report that can inform policy, demonstrate the quality of one's research, and be critical and write theoretically. The book contains many worked examples of action research projects, to help illustrate the guidance on producing successful written accounts.


 

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Contents

HOW IS AN ACTION RESEARCH
85
WHY SHOULD YOUR REPORT BE WRITTEN?
161
Some Implications of Your Research and Your Research Report
178
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McNiff is at the Marion Institute of Education, Ireland.