Educational Research: Networks and Technologies

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-6612-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-6613-9 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 3-14

    Networks and Technologies: On the Continuity and Change of Educational Research and Practice

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    Pages 15-32

    www.thedevelopmentofknowledge.net

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    Pages 33-42

    Networks, Information Politics and the New Paradigm of Social Production

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    Pages 43-54

    Networks as Spaces and Places: Their Importance for Educational Research Collaboration1

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    Pages 55-70

    The Role of Electronic Reading and Writing in Networking and in Educational Research: What Difference Does It Make?

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    Pages 71-83

    On the Position of the Educationalist Intellectual in the Information Age: Shouldn't We Become Meta-modern Artists?

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    Pages 85-104

    The Hidden Homogenization of Educational Research: On Opening up the Sphere of Responsiveness

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    Pages 105-120

    Network, Critique, Conversation: Towards a Rethinking of Educational Research Methods Training

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    Pages 121-135

    Research in Motion: Doctoral Programmes at the Network University

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    Pages 137-148

    Public Space in a Network Society? A Note on the Call for Public Space (Philosophy) in Education Today

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    Pages 149-161

    ‘Erasmus the Albatross’: The Transmission of Ideas as Information

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    Pages 163-175

    Penelope's Work: Only Disconnect

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    Pages 177-192

    Normalizing Parenthood Once Again: What it Means to be a Parent Today

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    Pages 193-201

    True Love Waits: Abstinence Education in the USA

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    Pages 203-219

    Punishment as an Educational Technology: A Form of Pedagogical Inertia in Schools?

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 221-228