Research in Early Childhood
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′Andrea Nolan and he colleagues have written a uniquely wise and reader-friendly account of all aspects of researching early childhood′
- Liz Brooker, Reader in Early Childhood, University of London Institute of Education
In this innovative guide to research in early childhood, the research process is presented as a journey and this book is your roadmap. The authors take you step-by-step through the practical considerations and complexities of undertaking research with young children featuring the real-world research journeys of two student researchers. Their authentic stories describe the emotions, challenges and moments of exhilaration involved in completing a research project.
The book gives guidance on all aspects of the research process, including:
- selecting a topic
- ethical considerations
- collecting your data
- analysing your data
- disseminating your findings.
This book will be an invaluable guide to students of Early Childhood completing a research project or writing a thesis or dissertation.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||144629160X, 9781446281611, 9781446291603, 9780857022530, 9780857022547, 9780857022547, 9780857022547|
|Number of Pages||208|