By Benjamin Baez
Argues opposed to the "culture of technology" at present dominating schooling discourse and in prefer of a extra serious knowing of varied modes of inquiry.
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Kenneth R. Howe, “The Question of Education Science: Experimentism Versus Experimentalism,” Educational Theory 55, no. 3 (2005): 307–21, 317–18. 122. Andrew Abbott, “Jurisdictional Conflicts: A New Approach to the Development of the Legal Professions,” American Bar Foundation Research Journal 11, no. 2 (1986): 187–224, 191. 123. See Magali Sarfatti Larson, “In the Matter of Experts and Professionals, or How Impossible It Is to Leave Nothing Unsaid,” in The Formation of Professions: Knowledge, State, and Strategy, ed.
Another related reason for the attention given to this report is that it reflects a long-standing anxiety over knowledge, its production, and who 68. , 17. 69. Popkewitz, “On Trusting the Manifesto,” 64. 70. Margaret Eisenhart argued that SRE defends a conception of science in the sense of postpositivism, not positivism, and this is important because the former accommodates both patterned behavior and human intentionality. See Margaret Eisenhart, “Science Plus: A Response to the Responses to Scientific Research in Education,” Teachers College Record 107, no.
Eisenhart and Towne, “Contestation and Change in National Policy on ‘Scientifically Based’ Education Research,” 31–38. 126. Lather, “This IS Your Father’s Paradigm,”19. This page intentionally left blank. TWO ON SCIENTISM AND POSITIVISM John Dewey and Education Research with Philip Kovacs Is there a science of education? And still more fundamentally, Can there be a science of education? Are the procedures and aims of education such that it is possible to reduce them to anything properly called a science?
The Politics of Inquiry: Education Research and the ''Culture of Science'' by Benjamin Baez