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ERIC Number: ED116163
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Jul
Pages: 33
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[Doctoral Training Program Concerns, Student Publishers of Reading Materials and 1974 Doctoral Dissertations on Reading.]
Palmatier, Robert A., Ed.
Epistle, v2 n3 Entire Issue Jul 1975
The "Epistle" is the publication forum of Professors of Reading Teacher Educators, which is a special-interest group of the International Reading Association. In this issue "Early Publishers: Characteristics of Graduate Students Who Publish Reading Material" by Catherine Scheader and Lee Mountain focuses on 29 graduate students who had published either in educational journals or with commercial publishers. Graduate students in reading who published their work tended to be experienced teachers, employed either full time or part time, and enrolled in doctoral programs rather than masters degree programs. Enrollment in a course which prepared graduate students to publish, also proved to be a significant factor. In "Doctoral Dissertation Abstracts Involving Reading and Reported During 1974," Robert A. Palmatier and Ronald Rood offer an analysis of doctoral theses topics, sources, populations, statistical methods, and designs as communicated through researcher-prepared abstracts. (College Instruction: The Old Do As I Say Not As I Do Game," by Deborah De Nicolo and Jane Domaracki, is a student comment on graduate instruction. Regular features are "Movers,""Exchange," and "For the Time Capsule." (MKM)
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