The Doctoral Training of Research Specialists
by Fred N. Kerlinger - 1968
The author poses a sharp challenge to graduate schools of education, today explicitly concerned with the preparation of educators equipped to do meaningful research. He stresses the social scientific nature of educational research, the need for mastery of new techniques, and the importance of an apprenticeship system within the graduate school.
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