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by Alan Peshkin,Elliot W. Eisner

eBook Qualitative Inquiry in Education: The Continuing Debate download ISBN: 0807730165
Author: Alan Peshkin,Elliot W. Eisner
Publisher: Teachers College Press; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (June 1, 1990)
Language: English
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Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Eisner, Elliot W. Personal Name: Peshkin, Alan. Springer Publishing Company (c)2014.

Elliot W. Eisner, Alan Peshkin. In this book scholars address critical issues in qualitative inquiry. Thus, this volume provides a picture of the current debate as it unfolds among some of the nation's leading educational scholars.

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Alan ‘Buddy’ Peshkin. Elliot Eisner, Stanford University. Qualitative inquiry in education: The. continuing debate. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University. Glesne, . & A. Peshkin, (Ed. Peshkin's Communities and American Community.

Peshkin A. (eds) (1990). Science and Education 2: 137–148CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Response to Elliot W. Eisner’s ‘The promise and perils of alternative forms of data representation. Teachers College Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar.

The Enlightened Eye expands how we think about inquiry in education and broadens our views about what it means to know with the goal of positively influencing the educational experience of those who live and work in our schools.

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In this book scholars address critical issues in qualitative inquiry. For each issue two papers are presented, followed by a commentary and usually a response from one of the paper presenters. Thus, this volume provides a picture of the current debate as it unfolds among some of the nation's leading educational scholars. An introduction by editors Eisner and Peshkin traces the development of the contemporary interest in qualitative inquiry from the period when such work was considered problematic. Now the commitment to qualitative research by a host of distinguished scholars testifies to its "rooting in American academic life". As the editors emphasize, this book's exploration of issues in qualitative inquiry is intended not to offer "the last word" but "to extend the dialogue on matters of consequence to those who are committed not only to qualitative research but also to research of quality."