Epistemology, Science, and the Politics of Educational Research
by Aaron Cooley - December 18, 2007
I was delighted to read Neil Eckardt’s (2007) commentary “The Prevalence of Qualitative Methodology at AERA’s Annual Meeting and the Potential Consequences.” The questions he raised about ideology in educational research are important. For raising these questions, I commend his effort at establishing a dialogue on the related issues. That being said, I would not be responding to the commentary, if I were not troubled by many of the statements, assertions, and conclusions that he makes in the piece.
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