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Written in a clear, informal style for graduate students and practicing teachers embarking on their first qualitative research study in applied linguistics, leading authors introduce the principal research approaches and data creation methods to offer novice researchers an easy-to-follow and straightforward guide to qualitative inquiry.
JAMES DEAN BROWN is Professor of Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Hawaii
ANNE BURNS is a Chair Professor in the Department of Linguistics and the former Dean of Linguistics and Psychology at Macquarie University, Australia
CHRISTINE CASANAVE, teaches language teacher education in Temple University's Graduate College of Education, Japan
NEIL COWIE, is an English teacher in the Foreign Language Education Centre Okayama University, Japan
JOHN W. CRESWELL is a Professor of Educational Psychology University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
DONALD FREEMAN is Director of Teacher Education and Associate Professor of Education, School of Education, University of Michigan, USA
MIKE HOOD is an Assistant Professor, Nihon University, College of Commerce Japan
NATALIYA V. IVANKOVA is Associate Professor, Department of Human Studies, University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA
ANNE LAZARATON is an Associate Professor of English as a Second Language University of Minnesota, USA
SANDRA LEE MCKAY is Professor of English, San Francisco State University, USA
GAROLD MURRAY teaches English at Okayama University, Japan
SHARON RALLIS is the Allen Distinguished Professor of Education Policy and Reform, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
KEITH RICHARDS is an Associate Professor, University of Warwick, UK
GRETCHEN ROSSMAN is a Professor of Education, University of Massachusetts, USA
KEIKO SAKUI is Associate Professor, Kobe Shoin Women's University, Japan
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2009
Edited by Juanita Heigham
Edited by Robert A. Croker
Country of Publication
2 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 329 p. 2 illus.
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