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Mastering The Semi Structured Interview And Beyond

Author : Anne Galletta
ISBN : 9780814732939
Genre : Psychology
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Mastering the Semi-Structured Interview and Beyond offers an in-depth and captivating step-by-step guide to the use of semi-structured interviews in qualitative research. By tracing the life of an actual research project–an exploration of a school district's effort over 40 years to address racial equality–as a consistent example threaded across the volume, Anne Galletta shows in concrete terms how readers can approach the planning and execution of their own new research endeavor, and illuminates unexpected real-life challenges they may confront and how to address them. The volume offers a close look at the inductive nature of qualitative research, the use of researcher reflexivity, and the systematic and iterative steps involved in data collection, analysis, and interpretation. It offers guidance on how to develop an interview protocol, including the arrangement of questions and ways to evoke analytically rich data. Particularly useful for those who may be familiar with qualitative research but have not yet conducted a qualitative study, Mastering the Semi-Structured Interview and Beyond will serve both undergraduate and graduate students as well as more advanced scholars seeking to incorporate this key methodological approach into their repertoire. Anne Galletta is Associate Professor at the College of Education and Human Services at Cleveland State University. William E. Cross, Jr. is the author of Shades of Black: Diversity in African-American Identity. In the Qualitative Studies in Psychology series

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Beyond Bricks And Mortar

Author : Constance Ridley-Smith Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781491859537
Genre : Education
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Expatriate workers? International Students? Department Transfers to different departments within the Same Organization? Relocations to different geographic locations within the Parent Company? Global Assignments? Student Transfers to new institutions, domestic or abroad? All are commonplace today. Move beyond “Bricks and Mortar” concerns and delve into the aspects of organization-building that will: • Facilitate seamless transfers • Reduce employee turnover • Increase student persistence • Maximize performance The newcomer experience in organizations and educational institutions can be improved by working the Five Factors that predict success. The SYM- Q Model and research using the model examines the five factors which present the most significant intercultural issues for cultural intelligence in organizations, educational institutions, and anywhere newcomers enter an existing host culture. FACTOR 1: The CQ Exchange (social and dialogue interaction patterns between newcomers and members of the host culture) FACTOR 2: Individual Identity Factors (personal attributes; also called self-identity factors) FACTOR 3: Generational Identity Factors (technology usage and age cohort) FACTOR 4: Environmental Identity Factors (norms of the culture) FACTOR 5: Collaborative Factors (clearly articulated job expectations or clearly outlined programs of study; these are also called Academic Factors in an educational institution). Intercultural Success is a two-way street. Passage is negotiated by each interaction between newcomers and members of the host culture in the remaining four factors. The SYM-Q Methodology prescribes these interactions to help you to make the most of your intercultural experience.

Masterliness In The Teaching Profession

Author : Linda La Velle
ISBN : 9781317603030
Genre : Education
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This collection presents an international perspective on issues of training and accreditation at the Master’s level of course provision in the initial and continuing professional development of teachers, coining the phrase ‘masterliness in education’. It provides a comparative background to inform the debate about the level at which teachers’ knowledge bases make them most effective in terms of both pedagogic expertise and pupils’ outcomes. The book examines and illustrates the relationship between master’s level education and professionalism through the lenses of reflective evaluation, narrative inquiry and critique. Discussion of issues of professionalism and acculturation of teachers exemplifies the tension that arises in modern educational systems across the world between teacher accountability and teacher autonomy and argues that masterliness in education can only be acquired through the professional freedom afforded by teacher autonomy within empowering frameworks of professional development. Several chapters deliberate the relationship between the roles of schools and higher education institutions in both initial and continuing teacher education at master’s level, providing argument and evidence to show that this partnership is crucial to the effectiveness of the professional development that supports improved outcomes for learners. This book demonstrates that masterliness in education, an aspiration of initial and continuing teacher education internationally, is a state of advanced professional critical thinking linked to action and informed by research and evidence. Through the exercise of this criticality teacher empowerment, expertise and autonomy increase as masterliness develops. There is considerable convergence in the provision of these elements of Masters’ level courses internationally, and this enables the debate to highlight good practice and to exemplify those essential characteristics of masterliness in teaching that lead to the continued improvement of learning in the world’s schools. This book was originally published as a special issue of Journal of Education for Teaching.

The Identity Suitcase And Beyond

Author : Mark A. Rademacher
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Proceeding Of The International Conference On Psychology Of Resilience 2011

Author : Aries Yulianto
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Genre : Resilience (Personality trait)
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Multimedia Technologies And Future Applications

Author : R. I. Damper
ISBN : UOM:39015032920145
Genre : Multimedia systems
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Beyond Icdps

Author : Daigo Koga
ISBN : UOM:39015062479756
Genre : Ecological assessment (Biology)
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Beyond The Mind Body Dualism

Author : Evy Zacharacopoulou
ISBN : 044452164X
Genre : Medical
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Beyond the Mind-Body Dualism: Psychoanalysis and the Human Body is the result of the proceedings of the The 6th Delphi International Psychoanalytical Symposium, held in Greece. The Symposium gathered many contemporary psychoanalysts and neuroscientists to deal with the latest scientific approaches and correlations between the two sciences. Some of the subjects which were developed during the Symposium are: Psychoanalytic affect theory in the light of neurobiological findings, The Body and the Sense of Reality, The Body and the World, Experience-dependent brain plasticity, A neuroscience perspective on transference, Differentiation, object relation and microprocesses of identification through the mother-infant bodily relationship, A neurobiological perspective on mentalizing and internal object relations in trauma¬tized borderline patients. This book will be interesting to psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, child psychiatrists, psychotherapists, psycho¬logists, neurobiologists and students alike.

Studying Youth Media And Gender In Post Liberalisation India

Author : Nadja-Christina Schneider
ISBN : 9783865965356
Genre : Gang rape
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This volume aims to look both at as well as beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape’ through the lens of Indian Media Studies. The editors consider it a critical event, or rather critical media event that needs to be contextualized within a rapidly changing, diversifying and globalizing Indian society which is as much confronted with new ruptures, asymmetries and inequalities as it may still be shaped by the old-established structures of a patriarchal social order. But the volume also looks beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape’ and introduces other related thematic areas of an emerging research field which links Youth, Media and Gender Studies.

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