Equity Issues in Educational Research Methods
by Patricia B. Campbell & Selma Greenberg - 1993
In this chapter we explore equity issues in educational research methods. We cover these issues and examine how a view of females and males as "opposite" challenges the legitimacy of using "difference-based research" in studies of gender. We also consider ways that equity concerns are being addressed through the rethinking of the uses of traditional methods as well as the development of new methods.
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