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ERIC Number: ED010276
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 462
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Reference Count: 0
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THE ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH IN THE UNITED STATES.
LAZARSFELD, PAUL F.; SIEBER, SAM D.
THE CHIEF TECHNICAL PROBLEM OF THIS STUDY WAS TO MEASURE THE NUMEROUS SOCIAL CONDITIONS WHICH MIGHT CONCEIVABLY IMPINGE ON THE PRODUCTION OF RESEARCH AND OF RESEARCHERS BY GRADUATE SCHOOLS OF EDUCATION. THE TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED INCLUDED (1) QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEYS OF EDUCATION DEANS, RESEARCH COORDINATORS, DIRECTORS OF RESEARCH UNITS, PROJECT DIRECTORS IN UNITS, AND AUTHORS OF PUBLISHED RESEARCH REPORTS, (2) FIELD INTERVIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS OF SELECTED RESEARCH BUREAUS AND CENTERS AND OF THE WORK OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, (3) DOCUMENTARY ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS SOLICITED THROUGH QUESTIONNAIRES, (4) CONTENT ANALYSES OF SCHOOL OF EDUCATION CATALOGS, RESEARCH ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN 1964, AND RESEARCH PROPOSALS SUBMITTED TO THE COOPERATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM, U.S. OFFICE OF EDUCATION, AND (5) SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF SURVEY DATA FROM RELATED STUDIES. NUMEROUS CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND TABLES ARE PRESENTED IN EACH OF EIGHT CHAPTERS. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Columbia Univ., New York, NY. Bureau of Applied Social Research.
Identifiers: NEW YORK; New York (New York)