These 16 studies of different aspects of comparative educational research are by international specialists. The first section is on the purposes and directions of educational research. The second section's papers are on units of comparison, including comparison by places, systems, times, cultures, values, achievements, policies, curricula, organisations, ways of learning and pedagogical innovations. The final two essays address general issues. With bibliography and index and future trends.
Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods
AuthorsBray, Mark; Bob Adamson & Mark Mason (eds.)
PublisherComparative Education Research Centre