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WLUCS235Andrew HermanFall

CS235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Equal Opportunity, Knowledge Economy, Intercultural Competence

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Emotional entrainment: sync moods, feelings, rhythms together, when social interaction is enhanced by people attuining their emotional states together.
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryFall

CS235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Consistency, Nicotine, Physical Law

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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 3: Three Paradigms of Knowing

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Paradigm a pattern or model that is widely accepted to be true. A way of knowing that is informed by a set of interrelated assumptions about the nature
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 2: Ethics and Research

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Ancient greek/roman scholars concerned about how values translated into actions. Contemporary scholars consider equal opportunities for social action.
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 11: Ethnographic Research

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Ethnography - a method for grasping the natives point of view". Several different forms, no one universal definition. Macro/micro refer to the scale of
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryFall

CS235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-6: Inductive Reasoning, Empirical Research, Grounded Theory

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One change does not necessarily cause the other: action research- research that is conducted for the purpose of its practical and applied outcomes rath
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WLUCS235Andrew HermanFall

CS235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Homeschooling, Human Capital, Compulsory Education

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Class back then: school used to be church-based, began with knowledge, and only those who knew the content could move forward (ability not age) Attribu
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WLUCS235Andrew HermanFall

CS235 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 - Classical Sociological Approaches to Education

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Macro theories: attempt to understand vast horizons across entire societies. Middle range theories: these theories are circumscribed, offering proposit
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 5: What Counts as Data?

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Sources any individual, text or artifact that supplies data or evidence that is relevant to your research: 4 categories, existing texts, direct observa
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 6: Warrants for Research Arguments

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Warrants the standards used to evaluate whether particular evidence represents an effective way to support a claim. Warrants address issues of agreemen
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 10: Conversation and Discourse Analysis

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Ethnomethodology - research methods that examine ordinary daily practices. Language and social interaction - research methods that examine speech, lang
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WLUCS235Jenna HennebryWinter

CS235 Chapter 4: Making Claims

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Claim the central assertion of a research study. Research questions ask how a concept chosen for study can be classified or what relationship exists be
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