Is Educational Research Distinctive?
by D. Bob Gowin - 1972
Educational research is distinctive when criteria from both education and research can be jointly used. Why should such a tediously obvious thing need to be said? The reason for saying it is that many writers on the topic of educational research do not say it. Worse still, what they do say about educational research quite often leads us away from the search for educational criteria.
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