2 edition of qualitative inquiry exploring deaf adults" perceptions of their educational experiences found in the catalog.
qualitative inquiry exploring deaf adults" perceptions of their educational experiences
Judith Marcy Magrill
Written in English
|Statement||by Judith Marcy Magrill.|
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|Pagination||vii, 313 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||313|
T OJQI is an international, peer-reviewed e-journal which publishes high quality and original research papers conducted with qualitative, mixed or action research methodology in educational sciences. The TOJQI has been being published quarterly a year (January, April, July and October) TOJQI has been accepted for indexing in Tübitak Ulakbim Sosyal ve Beşeri . research-article A video-game group intervention: Experiences and perceptions of adults with chronic stroke and their therapists: Intervention de groupe à l’aide de jeux vidéo: Expériences et perceptions d’adultes en phase chronique d’un accident vasculaire cérébral et de leurs ergothérapeutes.
These qualitative findings about children's social participation and well-being experiences have added to the growing body of knowledge reported in the literature about this important area in the lives of deaf children and adolescents with cochlear by: Defining Qualitative Research. Qualitative research is a form of scientific inquiry that spans different disciplines, fields, and subject matter and comprises many varied approaches. 21 Qualitative methods can be used to understand complex social processes, to capture essential aspects of a phenomenon from the perspective of study participants, 5 and to uncover beliefs, Cited by:
agreed upon by members of the qualitative research community. By empirical, he means that this type of inquiry is grounded in the world of experience. Inquiry into meaning says researchers try to understand how others make sense of their experience. Denzin and Lincoln () claim that qualitative research involves an interpretive and naturalisticFile Size: 50KB. data that explores their experiences. This basic interpretive qualitative research study explored the overall experiences and perceptions of six African American superintendents in Texas. In-depth, semi-structured interviews provided rich, thick descriptions, feelings and an interpretive perspective of this purposive and snowball sampling.
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This book which is based on the research study provides an exploration of the experiences of Deaf teachers as students at an institution of higher education in South Africa. The book shows how in -depth interviews and documentary information were used to collect data from current and past Deaf and hard of hearing : Lucas Magongwa.
A qualitative inquiry exploring deaf adults' perceptions of their educational experiences / by Judith Marcy Magrill. HV M34 Deaf women of Canada: a proud history and exciting future / Campbell, Robinson & Stratiy. Deaf Adults Are Explored In Relation To Their Identity The Qualitative Analysis Indicated That The Most Critical Educational Experiences For The Participants Identity Concerned Deafness After Early Identification Qualitative Inquiry Methods Were Used To Explore And Describe The Perceptions And Experiences Of Nine Parents Of Children.
Seventeen Deaf adults were interviewed about their perceptions of teacher expectations during childhood. Using a six-phase thematic analysis methodology, five themes emerged: helpful and challenging teachers, preference for Deaf teachers, the experience of lowered expectations, the worst teachers, and self-advocacy.
A qualitative inquiry into undergraduates’ learning from giving and receiving peer feedback in L2 writing: Insights from a case study this study’s qualitative research approach enables the researchers to identify four factors that may have this study adopted a qualitative case study method to explore students’ perceptions of their Author: Zhenhao Cao, Zhenhao Cao, Shulin Yu, Jing Huang.
Participants. The child sample consisted of 54 children identified by their schools as deaf (with parent confirmation) and 54 hearing children, aged 5 to 12 years from both the United States and United Kingdom (see Table 1 for age and gender details).
Hearing thresholds for 47 of the deaf children were provided using the common classification of mild loss (25–40 Cited by: Exploring ethical issues associated with using online surveys in educational research Article (PDF Available) in Educational Research and Evaluation 21(2).
Vol No. 1, Art. 30 – January Beyond the Story Itself: Narrative Inquiry and Autoethnography in Intercultural Research in Higher Education. Sheila Trahar. Abstract: STENHOUSE's () differentiation between research on education and research in education contributed much to the development of practitioner research in educational.
One-on-One Interview: Conducting in-depth interviews is one of the most common qualitative research methods. It is a personal interview that is carried out with one respondent at a time. This is purely a conversational method and invites opportunities to get details in depth from the respondent.
Deaf education in America: voices of children from inclusion settings / Janet Cerney. HV C47 Continuing education of deaf adults: report of a survey conducted for Bureau of Education for the Handicapped, United States Office of Education / by Jerome D.
Schein [et al.]. on older students with deaf-blindness and their experiences in general education classrooms. Fifth, research should also be conducted with students with deaf-blindness who are more academically in-volved and are being taught the general curriculum like their typically developing peers.
References Alper, S. Retrospective, qualitative data have indicated that young adults perceived their mothers as the most influential family member in their career exploration, as compared to fathers and siblings.
USING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS FOR DISABILITY RESEARCH IN MAJORITY WORLD COUNTRIES Sally Hartley*, Mohammad Muhit** ABSTRACT This article undertakes to explore the use of qualitative methods in relation to disability research and disability classifications, drawing on medical, social and educational Size: 34KB.
Planning and designing qualitative research Selecting a sample •Qualitative research typically involves purposeful sampling •Selection for in-depth study of typical, atypical, or, in some way, exemplary “information-rich cases”(Patton, ) •Determine key informants (individuals who have knowledge of or experienceFile Size: KB.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine school counselors’ perceptions of vicarious trauma. Consensual Consensual qualitative research (CQR) methodology was. The purpose of this article is to explore how patients describe their lived experiences of time while in a palliative inpatient facility.
Methods: This study used a qualitative phenomenological Author: Matra Robertson. Vol No. 2, Art. 19 – May Creative and Arts-Based Research Methods in Academic Research.
Lessons from a Participatory Research Project in the Netherlands. Gwenda van der Vaart, Bettina van Hoven & Paulus P.P. Huigen. Abstract: This article contributes to the discussion on the value of creative and arts-based research methods to researchers Cited by: 3.
CHAPTER 2 RESEARCH PHILOSOPHY AND QUALITATIVE INTERVIEWS 15 1. The assumptions provide guidance for conducting your research. They prescribe your research role—whether you should try to be neutral or let your own personality come through.
They indicate whether you must ask each person in a study the same questions inFile Size: KB. Pamela Twyman Hoff, EAF, The experiences and perceptions of 1st generation college students.
Grace Kang, TCH, Investigating multicultural and diverse text sets. Robyn Seglem, TCH, Representations of Technology Use and Meaning in Young Adult Literature. Melinda Snodgrass, SED, Applying Qualitative Inquiry in Special Education Research.
First. Qualitative research is a type of social science research that collects and works with non-numerical data and that seeks to interpret meaning from these data that help us understand social life through the study of targeted populations or : Ashley Crossman.
The qualitative research interview. while other research seeks to explore meaning and perceptions to gain a better understanding and/or generate hypotheses.
Interview researchers need to consider the implications of their own research and use their experiences as a guide to enhance their own ethical standards as well as those that apply Cited by: The use of qualitative methods enabled individual participants to give different experiences and perceptions.
Creswell J.W.,Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five approaches, 2nd edn DEAFSA,‘ Deaf learners and their education rights: Is South Africa listening ’, viewed 03 Aprilfrom www Author: Peter Mapepa, Meahabo D. Magano. Quantitative researchers in missiological circles often use surveys to gather data gathered both from and on people.
The earmarks of rigor in quantitative survey research are outside the scope of this article but are readily available (cf. Dunaetz, ; Ridley, ; Salant and Dillman ).We have chosen to address rigor in qualitative inquiry because some Author: Richard L. Starcher, Leanne M.
Dzubinski, Jamie N. Sanchez.