Doing exemplary research



Publisher: Sage Pubns. in Newbury Park, London

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Statementedited by Peter J. Frost, Ralph E.Stablein.
ContributionsFrost, Peter J., Stablein, Ralph E.
The Physical Object
Pagination(324)p. ;
Number of Pages324
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Open LibraryOL22207321M
ISBN 100803939094

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I bought Doing Exemplary Research as a text for a management paper taught by one of the authors. It is an extremely useful text for researching in any field, not just management, because it deals with what good research is, and gives excellent examples. And it is well written/5(7). Description "Doing Exemplary Research is one of my favorite books because it is one of the most open and least contained books, out of whose intertextuality many other possible books can be written, journeys made, and exemplars established.

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Peter Frost and Ralph Stablein (eds.): Doing Exemplary ResearchNewbury Park, CA: Sage. pages Alan Bryman Organization Studies 4, Exemplary definition is - deserving imitation: commendable; also: deserving imitation because of excellence. How to use exemplary in a sentence. An exemplary etymology.

Appendix A. A Note on the Uses of Case Study Research in Psychology Appendix B. A Note on the Uses of Case Study Research in Evaluations Application An Evaluation Case Study: Evaluation of a Community Coalition’s Campaign Brief Glossary of Terms Related to Case Study Research.

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The book covers essential topics, such as case-study protocol, essence of single versus multiple cases, and other very useful tips of conducting this very useful research method.

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Taiwan has reported only seven deaths so far from Covid Everything is mostly reopened, and the only signs of Covid are the frequent temperature checks and the expectation to wear masks on. tion. By carefully adopting this book’s techniques and guidance, it is my view that not only will Yin’s ultimate goal “that case study research will be better than in the past” come to fruition, but new exemplary case studies characterized by “engage-ment, enticement, and seduction” (p.

) may be “enthusiastically” produced. Geoff Munns is a researcher at the University of Western Sydney, Australia, and leader of the Fair Go Program, actively working to make schools and classrooms more productive for students in poverty.

Wayne Sawyer is Director of Research in the School of Education at the University of Western Sydney, Australia, and a member of the Centre for Educational : Kindle.

Then there is this book's atrocious writing. A variety of authors crank out a non-varied smorgasbord of self-aggrandizement about how "insightful" their research has been, with hugely unnecessary biographies about themselves and how exemplary they think their methods are.

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Posner have written a new book that examines a fundamental question: How do people learn leadership? How do they learn to become leaders? Learning Leadership: The Five Fundamentals of Becoming an Exemplary Leader (ISBN: ; Wiley; May .The research design was multi-layered; involving data collection at individual, school and LA levels, and employing a range of quantitative and qualitative data research methods and tools.Yin begins the fourth edition of his 6 chapter book by explaining that case study research is a “linear, but iterative process.” This statement is supported by a visual which is displayed on the first page of each chapter.

Each chapter contains one step in the linear process of case design (planning, designing, preparing, collecting, analyzing, and sharing) as well as it highlights how.