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Mike Neary and Joss Winn

McTaggart 2005: 563 ): planning, acting, reflecting, re-planning, acting and so on. These correspond to four cycles of: research design, data gathering, data analysis, communication, research design, and so on ( Stringer 2004 ). In this way, each action

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Matias Thuen Jørgensen and Lena Brogaard

( Pham 2011 ). Research design and methods Our study consists of two cases of diverse student groups in undergraduate courses for which the authors of this article are responsible. These cases were chosen (1) because they each represent a primary

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Katie Kirakosian, Virginia McLaurin, and Cary Speck

film required semester-long engagement in research design and implementation. In part, this new vision for CTF was inspired by a longer tradition of digital storytelling/photovoice projects done with/by/for local communities by University of

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Sarah B. Rodriguez

them and chose one they did not mention; your proposal shows you do not understand the fundamentals of research design. Finally, several of the scenarios have the student losing a turn, representing a halt to their research to reconsider or

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Barbara Robertson and Mark J. Flowers

considerations that we include. Research design Involving 436 students, this study tests the hypothesis that students who use a lecture video in addition to other study aids, such as a PowerPoint, instructor-provided notes or a textbook, will achieve

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Paula Booke and Todd J. Wiebe

assess the current state of campaigns and campaign finances, as well as information about candidate credentials. The research design utilises a quasi-experiment in which one of two comparable groups enrolled in an introductory American Government and

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From rite of passage to a mentored educational activity

Fieldwork for master’s students of anthropology

Helle Bundgaard and Cecilie Rubow

to a social scientific research design restricted by formal hypotheses), on the other hand we support the idea that it can also be most productive to stay closer to one’s research questions and carefully chosen analytical concepts. In interviews

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Relocalising academic literacy

Diversity, writing and collective learning in an international Master’s programme

Nana Clemensen and Lars Holm

identity. Ivanič (1998) has developed a cross-cutting research design aimed at uncovering ‘the nature of writer identity’ ( Ivanič 1998: 113 ), based on an empirical study of students’ experiences and perspectives. The concept writer identity connects the

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Alienating students

Marxist theory in action

Megan Thiele, Yung-Yi Diana Pan, and Devin Molina

the labour product and process after the activity. Through repeated renditions, we expect to see improved scores for all three questions – we suspect that if this research design were repeated, the changes in scores across all questions would be