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Freedom Research in Education: becoming an autonomous researcher

Karen McArdle, MA (Hons) 1979

The book is for those who have some experience of research to understand the key processes and to be familiar with common discourses of research theory and practice. It also is for those in the field of education as researchers in higher education or in professional practice.

Becoming an autonomous researcher suggests a confidence and maturity of position in relation to research. This book seeks to present a new approach to research, which will generate not only new confidence and trust but also research that is more authentic and closer to the truth.

The book should also be of interest to those who write for journals, supervise postgraduate students or are on editorial boards, as Freedom Research demands different ways of conducting research, supporting students and writing our research texts.

ISBN: 978-3-319-69649-2

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