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Practitioner Research at Doctoral Level
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@contents: 1. Introduction 2. Professional doctorates. What are professional doctorates? Who undertakes practitioner research at doctoral level? The production of knowledge on a doctorate. 3. Relationship between doctoral research and professional life. Power and professional settings. Inhabiting the hyphens. Becoming practitioner-researcher. 4. Approaching grounded methodology. Methodological attitude to enquiry. What does validity mean in practitioner research? Putting oneself in the frame. Becoming reflexive. 5. Thinking about ethical considerations. Background to ethical processes. Professional ethics. Research ethics. Situational ethics and complications for insider researchers. 6. What does doctoral pedagogy bring to practitioner research? Researcher identity. Expanded learning and constructing new knowledge. Learning and work. What does learning to do research entail? 7. The shaping of doctoral knowledge and supervision. Aligning of academic and professional knowledge. Supervisors' academic and professional knowledge and experience. Perceptions of professional doctorates and impact on supervision. Training of supervisors and training for supervisors. Implications for supervision of expanded higher education. 8. Impact of doctoral research and researcher identity. What is a research degree for? Impact and public service policy. Universities claims. Impact in relation to practice. Shaping researcher identity. 9. Integrating academic and professional knowledge. Creating new knowledge. Becoming author. Writing reflexivity.

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Pat Drake is Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Sussex, UK. Linda Heath is Senior Lecturer in the Business School at the University of Brighton, UK.

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"Throughout the book, the authors clearly identify the complexities of conducting research in one's own professional setting, the challenges of making the everyday `problematic', reflecting critically on practice with which one - and others - are engaged, and continuing to work successfully within the setting. They acknowledge the political influences that inform professional research and the doctoral researcher, and relationships with colleagues who are also part of the research setting. However, Drake and Heath believe that this also brings a uniqueness to the research because the researcher is working from a unique perspective." - Gwyneth Owen-Jackson, Higher Education Review 2012

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