Reporting and Using Educational Research: Conviction or Persuasion?
by Margret Buchmann - 1987
In this chapter I consider the import of this critique for research communication. What can educational researchers say to practitioners, and what, as Dewey put it, are "the traits that mark off opinion and assent from authorized convictions?" What rhetoric used in communication is appropriate to (educational) research as a form of knowing?
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