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Research Methods for Studying Legal Issues in Education (2006) is an important and informative monograph for students, professors, and attorneys interested in adding breadth and depth to student papers, dissertations, and legal proceedings. The content of the text includes traditional research, utilization and understanding of qualitative and/or quantitative data, policy, technology and legal language. The text is appropriate for school law courses at the Master's, Specialist, and Doctoral levels in departments of educational administration or law schools. The currency and quality of the works of a number of key researchers, professors, and attorneys make this a must have.
Chapter 1: School Law and Research in the 21st Century
Chapter 2: Legal Research: The “Traditional” Method
Chapter 3: Qualitative Research Redux: Researching Contemporary Legal Issues Concerning Education
Chapter 4: Quantitative Research Strategies
Chapter 5: The Continua of Disciplined Inquiry: Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods
Chapter 6: Researching Legal Topics From a Policy Study Perspective
Chapter 7: Conducting Legal Research Using Technological Tools
Chapter 8: Language and Writing in School Law