(1998). The profession of a 'methodological purist'?
In: Walford, Geoffrey ed.
Doing Research about Education.
London: Falmer Press, pp. 139–153.
During the past ten years I have been engaged in a methodological investigation of the standards by which social and educational research ought to be assessed. In this chapter I will sketch the origins of this work, the course it has taken, and the reaction to it of some fellow researchers. In particular, I will address the criticism that the approach I have adopted amounts to 'methodological purism'.
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