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ERIC Number: ED057079
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
Pages: 11
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Use and Implications of the Feedback Process in Research Design.
Sirotnik, Kenneth A.; Hruby, Mary L.
This paper suggests ways of structuring the content of feedback experimentally to test hypotheses of interest. Use of the feedback process in this manner suggests a variety of research and intervention tactics, many of them unexplored and some of them implying ethically questionable conduct. Consideration of this question also helps illuminate the potential conflict that exists between the ends of research and those of the client. It is suggested that problems of this nature are endemic to projects which combine basic research and intervention-improvement goals. (Author)
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Note: From symposium "Feeding Back Information Collected From School Staffs," American Educational Research Association, New York, New York, February 1971