Multiple Enactments of Method, Divergent Hinterlands and Production of Multiple Realities in Educational Research

Mar. 01, 2015

Source: International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Vol. 28, Iss. 2, 2015, p. 137-150

The article seeks to discuss how different research methods and approaches influence in practice.
It draws upon socio-material research approaches and empirical examples taken from the early stages of an extensive case study on an interdisciplinary project between two multidisciplinary fields of study, education and computer sciences.

The article examines how divergent disciplinary hinterlands influence the enactments of research methods.
It also explores how the choice of research approach affects the types of knowledge and realities produced in the research process.

Updated: Apr. 30, 2015