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Qualitative Research For Language Teaching And Learning – Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design, H. Ujang Suparman

  Judul Buku : Qualitative Research For Language Teaching And Learning – Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design Pengarang : H. Ujang Suparman, MA, Ph D Penerbit : Arfino Raya
Judul Buku:Qualitative Research For Language Teaching And Learning – Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design
Pengarang:H. Ujang Suparman, MA, Ph D
Penerbit:Arfino Raya
Cetakan:Ke-1
Tahun Terbit:2009
Bahasa:Indonesia
Jumlah Halaman:222
Kertas Isi:HVS
Cover:Soft
Ukuran:17 x 25
Berat:400
Kondisi:Baru
Harga:Rp    48,800diskon 15%
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Qualitative Research For Language Teaching And Learning – Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design
Pengarang : H. Ujang Suparman, MA, Ph D
Penerbit : Arfino Raya

TABLE OF CONTENT
CHAPTER 1 PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS
A. Introduction
B. Philosophical and Theoretical Frameworks
C. Five Philosophical Assumptions
D. Ideological Perspective
E. Postmodernism
F. Critical Theory
G. Feminist Approaches
H. Theory Use and the Five Traditions
I. Conclusion
CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCING AND FOCUSING THE STUDY
A. Introduction
B. The Problem Statement
C. The Purpose Statement
D. The Research Questions
E. The Major (Central) Question
F. Subquestions
G. Conclusion
CHAPTER 3 DESIGNING QUALITATIVE STUDY
A. Introduction
B. Defining Qualitative Research
C. Arguments for Conducting Qualitative Research
D. Steps in the Design of A Study
E. Format tor Planning Research
H. Conclusion
CHAPTER 4 FIVE DIFFERENT QUALITATIVE STUDIES
A. Introduction
B. A Biographical Life History (Angrosino, 1994)
C. A Phenomenology (Riemeri, 1986)
D. A Grounded Theory Study (Morrow & Smith, 1995)
E. An Ethnography (Wolcott, 1994)
F. A Case Study (Asmussen & Creswell, 1995)
G. Distinguishing the Traditions by Foci
H. Conclusion
CHAPTER 5 FIVE QUALITATIVE TRADITIONS OF INQUIRY
A. Introduction
B. Bibliography
C. A Phenomenology
D. A Grounded Theory Study
E. An Ethnography
F. A Case Study
G. Comparison of Five Traditions
H. Conclusion
CHAPTER 6 DATA COLLECTION
A. Introduction
B. A Data Collection Circle
C. The Site or Individual
D. Access and Rapport
E. Purposeful Sampling Strategy
F. Forms of Data
G. Recording Procedure
H. Field Issues
I. Storing Data
J. Comparison of Five Traditions
K. Conclusions
CHAPTER 7 INSTRUMENTATION
A. Introduction
B. Instrumentation: Production Data Elicitation
C. Variability Problem
D. Instrumentation: Intuitional Data Elicitation
E. Instrumentation: Affective Variable
F. Instrumentation from Other Disciplines
G. Measuring Learner Performance
H. Conclusion
CHAPTER 8 SOME ISSUES IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
A. Introduction
B. Qualitative Versus Quantitative Methodology
C. Qualitative-Quantitative Continuum
D. Focuses Description
E. Pre-Experiment
F. Quasi-Experiment
G. Experiment
H. Setting
I. Conclusion
CHAPTER 9 A PARADIGM FOR SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH
A. Introduction
B. Research and the Phenomena of Second Language
C. Four Parameters for Second Language Research
D. Parameter 1: Synthetic and Analytic Approach
E. Parameter 2: Heuristic and Deductive Objective
F. Parameter 3: Control and Manipulation of the Research Context
G. Four Factors Associated with the Degree of
Control and Manipulation
H. Parameter 4: Data and Data Collection
I. Conclusion
CHAPTER 10 DATA ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION
A. Introduction
B. Three Analysis Strategies
C. The Data Analysis Spiral
D. Analysis within Five Traditions
E. Computer Analysis and Traditions
F. Using NUD*IST and Analysis Features
G. Comparing and Contrasting the Five Traditions
H. Conclusion
CHAPTER 11 REPORTING, SUMMARIZING, AND INTERPRETING
THE RESULTS
A. Introduction
B. Reporting and Summarizing
C. Steps in the Process of Analyzing Syntactic and Morphological Errors
D. Steps in Analyzing Native Speakers' Reactions To the Syntactic And Morphological Errors
E. Steps in Protocol Data Analysis
F. Inter-Rater Reliability
G. Intra-Rater Reliability
H. Tresch's (1987) Features of Qualitative Data Analysis
I. Interpreting the Results
J. Reporting Research
K. Closing the Research Cycle
L. Conclusion
CHAPTER 12 WRITING THE NARRATIVE REPORT
A. Introduction
B. Rhetorical Issues
C. Biography
D. Phenomenology
E. Grounded Theory Study
F. Ethnography
G. Case Study
H. Comparison of Narative Structure
I. Conclusion
CHAPTER 13 STANDARDS OF QUALITY AND VERIFICATION
A. Introduction
B. Issues in the Discussion of Standars
C. Procedures of Verification
D. Standars and Verification within Five Traditions
E. Comparing Standards of Quality and Verification
F. Conclusion
CHAPTER 14 MISCELLANEOUS
A. Introduction
B. Criteria for Evaluation of A Research Report, Article, or Thesis/Disertation
C. Form for the Evaluation of An Article
D. A Research Proposal: A Checklist of Items for Possible Inclusion
E. Questions for Reading, Summarizing, and Criticizing Research
F. Conclusion
BIBLIOGRAPHY
GLOSSARY

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