In a unique approach to relational research, Del Loewenthal offers students and practitioners the opportunity to develop their research skills through real situations.
Author: Del Loewenthal
Publisher: Red Globe Press
Carrying out research is becoming increasingly important in counselling and psychotherapy. In a unique approach to relational research, Del Loewenthal offers students and practitioners the opportunity to develop their research skills through real situations.
Author: Charlotte Øland MadsenPublish On: 2018-03-19
Relational. Direction. As the inquiry builds on flexibility, there is no reason why
the interpretations of managerial activities derived ... The research activities are case studies not only because the input for each seminar is referred to as a case
Author: Charlotte Øland Madsen
Category: Business & Economics
This volume lays out a variety of ways of engaging in research projects focused on exploring the everyday relational practices of organizing and leading is presented. The main focus is through elaborate examples from the author’s own research to further the understanding of how it is possible to carry out relational constructionist research inquiries. The book presents a series of examples ranging from conversations with top-managers, relational action learning processes in management groups, polyphonic inquiries for project management teams, transformative roleplaying in organizations, analyzing organizational dialoguing, and polyphonic future-forming ways of writing up research. Relational Research and Organisation Studies does not only present and discuss guidelines for practice at a onto-epistemological level but also presents and discusses concrete cases of research projects building on relational constructionist ideas. Furthermore, excerpts of data are presented and analyzed in order to explain the co-constructed processes of the inquiries more in detail. Relational Research and Organisation Studies invites the reader into the process of planning and carrying out relational constructionist research inquiries. Based on the authors own experiences, it inspires readers to develop their own relational inquiries within the field of organizing.
The example seems to indicate that the diverse case study in set-relational
research differs from its correlational counterpart. The latter is linked to a specific
generalization strategy, while the former invokes diverse cases for checking the ...
Author: Ingo Rohlfing
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
A discussion of the case study method which develops an integrative framework for causal inference in small-n research. This framework is applied to research design tasks such as case selection and process tracing. The book presents the basics, state-of-the-art and arguments for improving the case study method and empirical small-n research.
Through interviews, case studies, or ethnography, qualitative researchers can
apply tenets of relational sociology to research in schools. Relational research
methods seek to highlight connections between school actors beyond the
Author: William G. Tierney
Publisher: SUNY Press
Brings relational sociology to bear on educational research. Relational sociology was conceived by theorists frustrated by what they viewed as an incomplete accounting of social reality. Torn between notions of structural rigidity, on the one hand, and rational choice individualism, on the other, relational sociologists have sought new units of analysis. Social reality, they have argued, is manufactured through relationships. People are who they are, and society is what it is, not because of some individual or collective “essence” but because of the networks that social beings build among one another. Relational Sociology and Research on Schools, Colleges, and Universities demonstrates the value of introducing new relational methods and epistemologies in educational research. The contributors examine the roles and significance of ongoing transactions among connected social actors—students, peers, families, teachers—in a variety of institutional contexts. The book explores various uses and applications of relational sociology in education, while highlighting its promise to provide fresh insight into intractable problems of inequity in US schools. William G. Tierney is University Professor Emeritus and Founding Director of the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California. His many books include Diversifying Digital Learning: Online Literacy and Educational Opportunity (coedited with Zoë B. Corwin and Amanda Ochsner); The Problem of College Readiness (coedited with Julia C. Duncheon), also published by SUNY Press; and Rethinking Education and Poverty. Suneal Kolluri is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Riverside. He received his PhD in Urban Education and Sociology from the University of Southern California.
Causal-Comparative Studies in Relation to Experimentation . Illustrative ...
Relation of Case Study to Other Research Procedures . ... The Cycle of Case Study and Case Work - Step 1: Status of the Situation or Unit of Attention . Step 2:
Author: Carter Victor Good
Publisher: New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts
"This book has been written for field workers, graduate students, and members of the senior division of the undergraduate college who would evaluate the quality of conclusions, either as producers or consumers of research. Knowledge of research techniques and active participation in problem-solving are more likely to stimulate in the student the excitement of learning and of searching for truth than will textbook and lecture materials in the form of ready-made generalizations. Therefore, in this book research is presented as a way of finding answers to questions that make human beings curious or perplexed. The organization of this text follows substantially the steps or sequence of problem-solving: formulation and development of the problem for investigation, and survey of the related literature; selection and use of one or more appropriate methods for gathering evidence, together with analysis and interpretation of the data; and reporting and implementation of the findings. Aspects of analysis and interpretation are treated in the setting of their functional relationships to the methodology of research (historical, descriptive-survey, experimental, case-clinical, and genetic) rather than in the more artificial setting of a separate chapter or section of this book"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
This book provides the reader with a unique introduction to the conceptual and practical tools required to conduct high quality case study research that is grounded in their own therapy practice or training.
Author: John McLeod
To read the foreword by Daniel B. Fishman, PhD, Rutgers University, click here. Case-based knowledge forms an essential element of the evidence base for counselling and psychotherapy practice. This book provides the reader with a unique introduction to the conceptual and practical tools required to conduct high quality case study research that is grounded in their own therapy practice or training. Drawing on real-life cases at the heart of counselling and psychotherapy practice, John McLeod makes complex debates and concepts engaging and accessible for the trainees and practitioners at all levels, and from all theoretical orientations. Key topics covered in the book include: - the role of case studies in the development of theory, practice and policy in counselling and psychotherapy - strategies for responding to moral and ethical issues in therapy case study research - practical tools for collecting case data - 'how-to-do-it' guides for carrying out different types of case study - team-based case study research for practitioners and students - questions, issues and challenges that may have been raised for readers through their study. Concrete examples, points for reflection and discussion, and recommendations for further reading will enable readers to use the book as a basis for carrying out their own case investigation. All trainees in counselling, psychotherapy and clinical psychology are required to complete case reports, and this is the only textbook to cover the topic in real depth. The book will also be valuable to people who intend to use existing case studies to inform their practice, and it will help experienced practitioners to generate publishable case reports.
Since the book draws on a combination of practical consultancy works and university research, a wide range of readers will find it useful, i.e. from industrial practitioners to undergraduate students.
Author: Albert P Chan
Category: Technology & Engineering
Improved efficiency and effectiveness in the construction industry provide huge potential savings. Various forms of relational contracting such as partnering, alliancing, public private partnership (PPP), and joint venture are good examples of this. Relational Contracting for Construction Excellence presents the principles of relational contracting, practicalities and a series of short case studies. Principles begins with the fundamentals then covers development in major countries, definitions of relational contracting, their benefits, difficulties, critical success factors and key performance indicators. Practice includes the relational contracting approach and process in general, and significant factors which make workshops successful, at whatever stage of the process. A number of real-life case studies from the UK, USA, Australia, and Hong Kong are provided. Since the book draws on a combination of practical consultancy works and university research, a wide range of readers will find it useful, i.e. from industrial practitioners to undergraduate students.
The book addresses issues related to database performance (Query Processing) and Transaction Management for multi-user environments. This book also introduces non-relational XML format to students.
Author: BERNARD, MARGARET
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Database Systems with Case Studies, covers exactly what students needs to know in an introductory database system course. This book focuses on database design and exposes students to a variety of approaches for getting the Data Model right. The book addresses issues related to database performance (Query Processing) and Transaction Management for multi-user environments. This book also introduces non-relational XML format to students. The approach taken to teach the topics is through introduction of many real-world enterprise database case studies and practice problems. The case studies are selected based on modern application areas, keeping the student’s interest in mind. The book provides hands-on experience of database design issues with several ready-made lab exercises. For grading students’ understanding of the topics, several challenging assignments are also provided at the end of chapters. Multiple-choice self-tests are provided for formative assessment throughout the book. The book is suitable for the undergraduate students of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, and students of Computer Applications (BCA/MCA). Key features • All the topics are illustrated with practical examples. • Topics like Entity-Relationship diagram (ERD), are discussed with Diagrams and Visual Aids. • Students are exposed to the various approaches for determining data requirements. • Structured Query Language (SQL) examples are worked with scripts, results and solutions. • Exclusive lab exercises on SQL, can be used as assignments.
It should be recognized that the function of the 2 variable in such a study is to
substitute for a number of case studies , each one examining the relation
between X and Y under a different value of 2 . Thus , what was said above about
( Goode and Hatt , 1952 : 313 ) Van Dalen divides the research strategies into
historical , descriptive and experimental and includes case study among the inter
relational descriptive studies along with survey ( Van Dalen , D. B .: 1971 ) . Most
assessed dimensions of the relationship . Partners reports of change in this area
were not always congruent within the relational dyads . Case Studies
Organization of Case Reports Each case study begins with a paragraph
summarizing the ...
Author: Dr Brenda Jones, PhDPublish On: 2017-01-15
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share Child and Adolescent Counseling Case Studies: Developmental, Relational, Multicultural, and Systemic Perspectives -- Part I: Case ...
Author: Dr Brenda Jones, PhD
Includes highly effective creative and expressive interventions This state-of-the-art collection of 30 real-life cases on counseling children and adolescents emphasizes the developmental, relational, and cultural contexts of working with this population, and incorporates innovative techniques across a wide range of approaches. Intended as a companion to child and adolescent counseling texts, it offers counselors-in-training examples of hands-on, concrete, and workable applications that provide opportunities for skill and theory development. These case studies are distinguished by their emphasis on the critical impact of such systematic contexts as family, peers, and school, along with developmental and cultural contexts. The inclusion of creative and expressive interventions often the most effective strategies in working with this population make this an outstanding educational resource. The case studies representing an esteemed variety of contributing authors-- address such ubiquitous themes as abuse, anxiety, giftedness, disability, body image, substance abuse, social media, grief, bullying, changing families, military families, incarcerated family members, race and ethnicity, and sexual identity and orientation. Each case follows a consistent format, comprised of a description of the young person s presenting issues, a conceptualization of these issues, a description of the counseling process, an outline of desired outcomes, and a detailed discussion that includes systemic contexts, developmental and relational considerations, multicultural perspectives, and options for use of creative interventions. Key Features: Delivers a wide variety of cases covering contemporary issues prevalent among children and adolescentsEmphasizes developmental, systematic, and contextual impacts including family, school, peer, and cultural influencesIncludes such treatment approaches as brief, solution-focused, CBT, reality/choice, narrative, and relational/culturalIncludes options for creative interventions with each case and time efficient methods when applicable."
Author: Social Science Research Council (U.S.). Advisory Committee on Social and Economic Research in AgriculturePublish On: 1933
The Division of Land Economics and the Bureau of Public Roads in the United
States Department of Agri( 1 ) To determine the extent to which inferences may
be drawn from the case studies will be one of the most difficult phases of this
Author: Social Science Research Council (U.S.). Advisory Committee on Social and Economic Research in Agriculture
This research corroborated other studies that have indicated that females are
more likely to participate in volunteer activities . ... Although survey research is a
useful tool , future research should integrate case studies and interviews to
provide a more complete picture of ... research should also include this in any study investigating the relationship of traditional and non - traditional volunteer
Secondary Output Non - Arthritis Research ARC Resort Guidelines Guidelines
ARC Research Non - ARC Arthritis ... the PI – in all cases of successful
translation the PI had a close and friendly relationship with an industrial
collaborator . The second route of translation , followed by clinical and AHP research ( case studies A , B , E , J and K ) , was by incorporation into guidelines
and systematic reviews .
Author: Steven Wooding
Publisher: RAND Corporation
This report, prepared for and funded by the Arthritis Research Campaign (arc), presents the results of an evaluation of sixteen research grants awarded by arc in the early 1990s.
Just like relational research , we measure whether two things are related , but in
experimental research we change one ... the relationship between two factors
when they have been evaluated in an experiment , rather than in a case study or
Author: Daniel T. Willingham
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This unique book helps readers understand why cognitive psychologists approach problems as they do. It explains the questions cognitive psychologists ask, gives clear answers, and provides interesting, lively and comprehensive coverage of controversies in the field. This book is a study of cognition: of how humans think. Topics covered include visual perception, attention, sensory and primary memory, memory encoding, memory retrieval, memory storage, motor control, visual imagery, decision making and deductive reasoning, problem solving, and language. For readers that are interested in understanding the mysteries of cognition, including psychiatrists, psychologists, psychoanalysts, and those in the field of cognitive neuroscience.
correlations from a number of studies averace about ten points lower , or .75 . ...
same study , numerous other studies concerned with the relation of the
Bernreuter scores to the following variables : ( 1 ) ratings and case studies , ( 2 )
Most of what has been written deals with the personality difficulties or
maladjustments present in reading disability cases . Apparently much of this study and writing has been precipitated by a concern to establish causal factors
for read ing ...
This is an ideal text for those studying and conducting case study research in education, health and social care, and related social science disciplines. Helen Simons is Professor Emeritus of Education University of Southampton
Author: Helen Simons
Category: Social Science
Case Study Research in Practice explores the theory and practice of case study research. Helen Simons draws on her extensive experience of teaching and conducting case study to provide a comprehensive and practical account of how to design, conduct and communicate case study research. It addresses questions often raised by students and common misconceptions about case research. In four sections the book covers - Rationale, concept and design of case study research - Methods, ethics and reflexivity in case study - Interpreting, analyzing and reporting the case - Generalizing and theorizing in case study research Rich with 'tales from the field' and summary memos as an aide-memoire to future action, the book provides fresh insights and challenges for researchers to guide their practice of case study research. This is an ideal text for those studying and conducting case study research in education, health and social care, and related social science disciplines. Helen Simons is Professor Emeritus of Education University of Southampton