DOI: 10.14689/issn.2148-2624.1.7.2 View full text |Buy / Rent full text

Abstract: Self-study as a qualitative research methodology has gained importance in the last three decades in the western countries. Although it is a relatively new research methodology employing a wide range of qualitative methods, it has formalized its rules and ethics and is now accepted as a respectful teacher education research methodology. Self-study has its roots in reflective teaching and action research movements. However, putting the researcher's "self" at the center of the research study in different contexts… Show more

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