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Finding research topics (PAMA5163)

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First supporting lecture for an MA in Education research project, University of Groningen.

First supporting lecture for an MA in Education research project, University of Groningen.

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    • 1. Starting your research First steps into research process PAMAOK_5163C: Lintmodule (gemengde variant) 19 November 2009 Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd
    • 2. Make the world strange
      • Distinguish the ‘4P’s: People, Problems, Programmes, Phenomena
    • 3. Deaf bingo
    • 4. Hearing bingo
    • 5. What’s the difference?
      • Deaf people need to see numbers being called.
      • Their socio-cultural orientation is ocularcentred .
    • 6. If it exists, it can be measured.
      • Earl Babbie (1989:105) The practice of social research.
    • 7.
    • 8. A deaf school
      • Closed in 2004/5 as result of inclusion .
      • However, two pupils remained in the school for a while because no places were at hand in mainstream schools.
      • That too is a pretty strange situation.
      • What explains it?
    • 9.
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    • 12. Formulate objectives
      • Identify
      • Analyse
      • Focus
      • Ask questions
      • Set objectives
      • Check them
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15. Phenomena necessarily exceed our capacity to know them
      • John Law (2004:6) After method.
    • 16.
    • 17. Research is vague and indefinite because the world is enacted that way.
      • John Law (2004:15) After method.
    • 18. Stay motivated
    • 19. Thank you for your attention John Law (2004) After method: Mess in social science research. Routledge. Colin Robson (2002) Real world research: A resource for social scientists and practitioner-researchers. Blackwell .

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