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Boundary-Work in Science Education: A Case Study of GM Food

Subjects: Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Food, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Genetics, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Science Instruction, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Semi Structured Interviews, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, College Students, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Discourse Analysis, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Humanities, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Social Sciences, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Intellectual Disciplines, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Scientific Attitudes, Food, Genetics, Science Instruction, Semi Structured Interviews, College Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Humanities, Social Sciences, Intellectual Disciplines, Scientific Attitudes, Case StudiesUnited Kingdom (England)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v42 n3 p477-491 Jun 2016. 15 pp.

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High Risk yet Invisible: Conflicting Narratives on Social Research Involving Children and Young People, and the Role of Research Ethics Committees

Subjects: Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Foreign Countries, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Universities, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Accountability, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Research Committees, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Social Science Research, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Access to Information, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Governance, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, At Risk Persons, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Youth, Foreign Countries, Universities, Accountability, Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Access to Information, Governance, At Risk Persons, Youth, Informed ConsentUnited Kingdom

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v41 n4 p709-729 Aug 2015. 21 pp.

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Unsettling Boundaries in Making a Space for Research

Subjects: Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Foreign Countries, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Social Sciences, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Research Methodology, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Research Design, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Spatial Ability, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Hermeneutics, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Context Effect, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Literacy, Foreign Countries, Social Sciences, Research Methodology, Educational Research, Research Design, Research Problems, Spatial Ability, Hermeneutics, Context Effect, Literacy, Identification (Psychology)United Kingdom

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v33 n1 p107-123 Feb 2007. 17 pp.

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Researching Race/Ethnicity and Educational Inequality in the Netherlands: A Critical Review of the Research Literature between 1980 and 2008

Subjects: Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Ethnicity, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Social Science Research, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Equal Education, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, School Choice, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Family Characteristics, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Literature Reviews, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Foreign Countries, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Educational Sociology, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Institutional Characteristics, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Racial Discrimination, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Educational Research, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Migration, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Educational Methods, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Public Policy, Ethnicity, Social Science Research, Equal Education, School Choice, Family Characteristics, Literature Reviews, Foreign Countries, Educational Sociology, Institutional Characteristics, Racial Discrimination, Educational Research, Migration, Educational Methods, Public Policy, Schematic StudiesNetherlands, Netherlands, Netherlands, United Kingdom

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v37 n1 p5-43 Feb 2011. 39 pp.

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Academic Journal

The Assessment Revolution that Has Passed England By: Rasch Measurement

Subjects: Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Foreign Countries, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Item Response Theory, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Educational Assessment, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Systems Approach, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Social Science Research, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Test Construction, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Criticism, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Psychometrics, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, Models, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Educational Assessment, Systems Approach, Social Science Research, Test Construction, Criticism, Psychometrics, Models, DataUnited Kingdom (England)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v36 n4 p611-626 Aug 2010. 16 pp.

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Tripping, Slipping and Losing the Way: Moving beyond Methodological Difficulties in Social Research

Subjects: Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Special Schools, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Educational Research, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Research Methodology, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Epistemology, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Social Science Research, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Research Problems, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Foreign Countries, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Longitudinal Studies, Special Schools, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Social Science Research, Research Problems, Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Change StrategiesUnited Kingdom

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v36 n3 p367-378 Jun 2010. 12 pp.

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Research-Capacity Building, Professional Learning and the Social Practices of Educational Research

Subjects: Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Social Science Research, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Educational Research, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Research Methodology, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Educational Researchers, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Foreign Countries, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Data Analysis, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Data Collection, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Participation, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Surveys, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, Questionnaires, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Educational Researchers, Foreign Countries, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Participation, Surveys, Questionnaires, EvaluationUnited Kingdom

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v33 n5 p761-779 Oct 2007. 19 pp.

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Children and School-based Research: "Informed Consent" or "Educated Consent?"

Subjects: Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Ethics, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Parent Participation, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, School Role, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, School Role, Social Science Research, Student AttitudesUnited Kingdom (England)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v27 n3 p347-65 Jun 2001.

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