1st Edition

The Ethnographic Eye Interpretive Studies of Education in China

Edited By Heidi Ross, Judith Liu, Donald P. Kelly Copyright 2000
    223 Pages
    by Routledge

    222 Pages
    by Routledge

    First Published in 2000. This book, a collection of ethnographic studies of Chinese schooling, aims to take the reader into Chinese schools and provide a picture of students and teachers as actors who practice culture. The case studies also provide a means by which ethnography is explored as a central methodological focus and concern. This book explores the meaning of ethnography, both in describing Chinese schools and in the broader context of the defined purposes and practices of research. This self-reflexive approach to school ethnography in China includes issues of cultural translation and the connections between the process of ethnographic work, the emergence of a text, and the construction of a theory.

    Introduction Pharmaceutical Validation Dissolution Testing Stability Analysis Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Randomization and Blinding Substantial Evidence In Clinical Development Therapeutic Equivalence and Noninferiority Analysis of Incomplete Data Meta-Analysis Quality of Life Medical Imaging References Index


    Heidi Ross (Author) ,  Judith Liu (Author)