Conceptions of Culture and Society in Educational Research
by Brian Holmes — 1972
Comparative studies show that the dichotomy between empirical (experimental and nonexperimental) and nonempirical (qualitative) research is false. If research on individuals is to be useful, both elements are needed. In this paper some of the claims made for empirical research will be examined.
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