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Contents:

Foreword

    1. R FOREWORD
      1. Robert B. Textor

Introduction

    1. R INTRODUCTION
      1. William J. Tikunoff
        Beatrice A. Ward

Overview

    1. R ON THE RELATIONS AMONG EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PARADIGMS: FROM DISDAIN TO DETENTE2
      1. Ray C. Rist

Original Article

    1. R THE COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
      1. Stephen E. Flenberg
    2. R SOME APPROACHES TO INQUIRY IN SCHOOL-COMMUNITY ETHNOGRAPHY
      1. Frederick Erickson
    3. R CRITIQUE
      1. George W. Fairgrieve
    4. R CRITIQUE
      1. Elliot W. Eisner
    5. R ASSESSING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT—WRITTEN AND/OR ORAL
      1. Roger W. Shuy
    6. R LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT: WHERE, WHAT AND HOW
      1. Courtney B. Cazden
        James T. Bond
        Ann S. Epstein
        Robert D. Matz
        Sandra J. Savignon
    7. R CRITIQUE
      1. Dell Hymes
    8. R CRITIQUE
      1. Blandina Cardenas
    9. R WHY DO DEMONSTRATIONS?
      1. John E. Dawson
    10. R ETHNOGRAPHIC CASE STUDIES IN FEDERALLY FUNDED MULTIDISCIPLINARY POLICY RESEARCH: SOME DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES2
      1. Robert E. Herriott
    11. R CRITIQUE
      1. Gene E. Hall
    12. R HOW TO IDENTIFY EFFECTIVE TEACHING
      1. William W. Cooley
        Gaea Leinhardt
        Janet McGrail
    13. R EFFECTIVE TEACHING: A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY IN AESTHETIC EDUCATION
      1. Louis M. Smith
    14. R CRITIQUE
      1. Gary A. Griffin
    15. R ASSESSING RACE RELATIONS IN THE CLASSROOM
      1. Robert L. Crain
    16. R RACE AND THE "WE-THEY DICHOTOMY" IN CULTURE AND CLASSROOM
      1. Eleanor Leacock
    17. R CRITIQUE
      1. Gladys G. Handy
    18. R CRITIQUE
      1. Robert E. Wentz

Workshop Attendees

    1. R WORKSHOP ATTENDEES