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Title Doing early childhood research : international perspectives on theory and practice / [edited by] Glenda Mac Naughton, Sharne A. Rolfe, Iram Siraj-Blatchford.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2020.

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Edition 2nd edition.
Description 1 online resource (400 pages)
Note "First published 2001 by Allen & Unwin"--Title page verso
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
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Bio/Hist Note Professor Glenda Mac Naughton is Director of the Centre for Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood at the University of Melbourne. Sharne A. Rolfe is Senior Lecturer at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Iram Siraj-Blatchford is Professor of Early Childhood Education at the Institute of Education, University of London.
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Subject Early childhood education -- Research -- Methodology.
Child development -- Research.
Child psychology -- Research.
Contents List of tablesContributorsIntroduction -- Glenda Mac Naughton, Sharne Rolfe and Iram Siraj-BlatchfordPART I: The nature of research1 Research as a tool -- Sharne Rolfe and Glenda Mac Naughton2 The research process -- Glenda Mac Naughton and Sharne Rolfe3 Paradigms, methods and knowledge -- Patrick Hughes4 Doing research as a beginning researcher -- Audrey D'Souza Juma5 Ethics in early childhood research -- Margaret Coady6 Indigenous research -- Karen MartinPART II: Analysis and design7 Design issues -- Alan Hayes8 Quantitative designs and statistical analysis -- Linda Harrison9 Qualitative designs and analysis -- Anne Edwards10 Equity and research design -- Susan Grieshaber11 Mixed-method designs -- Iram Siraj-Blatchford12 Designing to scale: When size matters -- Mindy BlaisePART III: The research process in action13 Surveys and questionnaires: An evaluative case study -- John Siraj-Blatchford14 Interviewing young children -- Maria Assuncao Folque15 Interviewing adults in an Indigenous community -- Sue Atkinson-Lopez16 An ethnographic approach to researching young children's learning -- Iram Siraj-Blatchford17 Action research -- Louise Taylor18 Direct observation -- Sharne A. Rolfe and Sue Emmett19 Case study -- Teresa Vasconcelos20 Quasi-experimental research -- Liane BrownAppendix 1: Getting our terms rightGlossaryIndex
Summary Doing Early Childhood Research demystifies the research process. An international team of experienced researchers shows how to select methods which are appropriate for working with young children in early childhood settings or at home. They provide a thorough introduction to the most common research methods used in the early childhood context. Reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of much early childhood research, they cover a wide range of conventional and newer methods including observation, small surveys, interviews with adults and children, action research, ethnography and quasi-experimental approaches. They explain clearly how to set up research projects which are theoretically grounded, well-designed, rigorously analysed, feasible and ethically based. Each chapter is illustrated with examples. Widely used by early childhood researchers in many countries, this second edition of Doing Early Childhood Research has been fully revised. It includes new chapters on beginning research, mixed methods research, interviewing children, and working with Indigenous children, and also new case study chapters. It is essential reading for novice, initial career and experienced researchers.'It is rare for any research methodology book to cover so much ground, and contain so many different kinds of resources between two covers.' - Journal of Education for Teaching 'As a guide for new and inexperienced researchers, it is second to none.' - British Journal of Educational Studies
Other Author MacNaughton, Glenda, editor.
Rolfe, Sharne A., editor.
Siraj, Iram, editor.