We are delighted to announce the forthcoming series, Bloomsbury Research Methods for Education.
The Bloomsbury Research Methods for Education series provides overviews of the range of sometimes interconnected and diverse methodological possibilities for researching aspects of education such as education contexts, sectors, problems or phenomena. Each volume discusses prevailing, less obvious and more innovative methods and approaches for the particular area of educational research.
More targeted than general methods textbooks, these authoritative yet accessible books are invaluable resources for students and researchers planning their research design and wanting to explore methodological possibilities to make well-informed decisions regarding their choice of methods.
Series Editor: Melanie Nind, Professor of Education at the University of Southampton, UK, Co-Director of ESRC National Centre for Research Methods and Co-Editor of the International Journal of Research & Method in Education.
Editorial Board: Pat Sikes, University of Sheffield, UK; Liz Todd, University of Newcastle, UK; Michele Schweisfurth, University of Glasgow, UK; Juana Sancho Gil, University of Barcelona, Spain; Fernando Hernandez Hernandez, University of Barcelona, Spain; Larry Suter, Consultant Statistician, USA; Mark Early, Bowling Green State University, USA; Aaron Kuntz, University of Alabama, USA; Suzanne Carrington, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
The first set of titles includes:
- Place-Based Methods for Researching Schools, by Pat Thomson and Christine Hall, University of Nottingham, UK
- Research Methods for Pedagogy, by Melanie Nind, University of Southampton, UK, Kathy Hall and Alicia Curtin, University College Cork, Ireland
Other forthcoming volumes include:
Research Methods for Education in the Digital Age
Research Methods for Early Years Education
Research Methods for Evaluating Interventions in Education and Communities
Research Methods for Studying Professional Development in Education
For more information about the series or to submit a proposal, please contact:
Series Editor: Professor Melanie Nind, firstname.lastname@example.org
Commissioning Editor: Rachel Eisenhauer, email@example.com