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Reason and Rigor outline by topic

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Citation: Ravitch, S.M. & Riggan, M. (2012). Reason & rigor: How conceptual frameworks guide research. Los Angeles: Sage.

This document provides a chapter outline covering the topics in this book (Edition 1). I created this for Stanford Education 424- a class for students starting out their careers in Education Research and learning how to write a conceptual framework.

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Reason and Rigor outline by topic

  1. 1. Reason and Rigor: Outline by Topic Citation: Ravitch, S.M. & Riggan, M. (2012). Reason & rigor: How conceptual frameworks guide research. Los Angeles: Sage. Chapter topics (MBZ: My edition not the most current? Link to Sage info for current edition- chapters are different) Chapter 1 • Definition of CF • Elements of CF Chapter 2 • Role of theory • Literature review Chapter 3 • CF and research questions • Qualitative • James Spillane- Ed Policy o “Local Theories of Teacher Change” Chapter 4 • CF in data collection and field work • Qualitative • Michelle Fine- Feminist and critical race theory in education o Youth participatory action research, youth development § Identity § Muslim American youth Chapter 5 • CF and data analysis • Qualitative • Fred Erickson-Anthropology of Education o Human interaction analysis § Social interaction as a learning environment § Zone of Proximal Development and neovygotskian analysis of understanding classroom through analysis of interactions Chapter 6 • CF and findings • Quantitative • Margaret Beale Spencer- Social Psychology o Race and social class inequality o Ecological systems theory and phenomenology § Phenomenological Variant of Self Organization Theory (PVEST) § Introducing self- organization and individual agency within a systems approach to understanding variation in individual outcomes related to economic inequality Chapter 7 • Developing a CF o Self and audience o Making and breaking plans o The conversation: from listening to speaking o Strategies and Exercises for Developing CF

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