Parent Views on Inclusion Culture and Disability

Parent Views on Inclusion Culture and Disability Dissertation Plan (2000 words)

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Parent Views on Inclusion Culture and Disability
Parent Views on Inclusion Culture and Disability


Students write a dissertation plan which will include the following sections;

My Research Topic ñ why I have chosen the topic and what I already know about the topic

My Research Approach – What theories and research paradigm will influence my research My Research?

Questions – What are the specific research questions I want to try to answer My Research Design – What do I plan to do to answer my research questions (setting, sample, data collection methods)

How will I make my research ethical – What ethical procedures must I follow to ensure participants are treated ethically?


ED5004 Reading List 2017-18


Mukherji, P. and Albon, D. (2015) Research Methods in Early Childhood: An Introductory Guide. London: SAGE

Parent Views on Inclusion Culture and Disability Main Readings

Bell, J. (2010) Doing your research project: a guide for first-time researchers in education, health, and social science. 5th edn. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education (online and library)

Blaxter, L. Loraine, Hughes, C. and Tight, Malcolm (2006) How to research, Milton Keynes: Open University Press (online)

Brodie, K. (2013) Observation, assessment, and planning in the early years. Maidenhead: Open University Press (online and library)

Brotherton, G., Davies, H., and McGillivray, G. (eds.) (2011) Working with children, young people and families. London: Sage (library)

Callan, S. and Reed, M. (2011) Work-based research in the early years. London: Sage.(library)

Clark, A., Kj¯rholt, A. and Moss, P. (2005) beyond listening: children’s perspectives on early childhood services. Bristol: Policy Press. (Library)

Clark, A., Flewitt, R., Hammersley, M. and Robb, M. (2014) Understanding research with children and young people. London: Sage. (Library)

Farrell, A. (ed.) (2005) Ethical research with children. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education. (Online and library)

Farrell, A., Kagan. S.L. and Tisdall, E.K.M. (2016) The SAGE Handbook of Early Childhood Research, London: SAGE (library)

Frost, N (2016) Researcher Identity: Prospects and Challenges in Practicing Research: Why you are always part of the research process even when you think you’re not, London: Palgrave (library)

Greig, A., Taylor, J., and MacKay, T. (2013) Doing research with children: a practical guide. 3rd edn. London: Sage. (Library)

Groundwater-Smith S, Dockett, S., and Bottrell, D. (2015) Participatory Research with Children and Young People, London: SAGE

Harcourt, D. (ed.) (2011) Researching young children’s perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge. (Library)

Hirst, K. and Nutbrown, C. (eds.) (2005) Perspectives on early childhood education: contemporary research. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books. (library)

Jarvis, P., Newman, S., Holland, W. and George, J. (2014)  Research in the Early Years: A Step by Step Guide, London: Routledge (online and library)

Mac Naughton, G. and Hughes, P. (2008) Doing action research in early childhood studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education. (online and library)

Mac Naughton, G., Rolfe, S., and Siraj-Blatchford, I. (eds.) (2010) Doing early childhood research: international perspectives on theory & practice. 2nd edn. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education. (library)

OíHara, M., Carter, C., Dewis, P., Kay, J. and Wainwright, J. (2011) Successful Dissertations: The Complete Guide for Education, Childhood and Early Childhood Studies Students. London: Continuum International (online)

Palaiologou, I. (2012) Child observation for the early years (2nd Ed) London: Sage

Papatheodorou, T., Luff, P, and Gill, J. (2013) Child Observation for Learning and Research, London: Routledge (online)

Roberts-Holmes, G. (2014) Doing your early years research project: a step-by-step guide. 3rd edn. London: Sage. (library)

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