The processes and practices of the dissemination of research findings are exceptionally neglected fields in the research methods literature. Yet disseminating and using our findings are significant reasons why we undertake research. Organised in three parts, this text provides an accessible, critically informed and up-to-date overview of key aspects of dissemination. In so doing this text:
provides a critical review of contemporary policy and dissemination models in education.
contains a series of case studies produced by internationally respected researchers in a range of educational fields. Drawing on their extensive experiences of dissemination, these case studies illuminate how dissemination acts proceed in qualitative research projects. They also illuminate the dilemmas facing qualitative researchers who strive to disseminate their work.
Enables researchers to develop 'informed practice' in respect of disseminating research in a range of educational settings.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Companies, The|
|Series:||Doing Qualitative Research in Educational Settings Series|
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Table of ContentsAcknowledgements
Part one: From dissemination to impact: historical and contemporary issues
Models of dissemination
Part two: Dissemination and identity: tales from the school gates
The creation and dissemination of feminist research in education: facts or fictions?
Analysis or anecdote? defending qualitative data before a skeptical audience
Intricacies of dissemination in ethnographic reserach
Mis/representations: issues of control and closure in an academic career
Dissemination, or critique and transformation?
Developing informed practice for disseminating qualitative research