Negotiating methodological dilemmas in a range of chilly climates: a story of pressures, principles and problems

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Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2001, 29 (2), pp. 187 - 196
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This article discusses methodological, ethical and material issues related to the authors work on a qualitative, longitudinal research project, the 12 to 18 Project. It discusses the difficulty of balancing concerns about reactivity with concerns about obligations to the research subjects; the effects of the current Australian university funding regime on the shaping and conduct of research; and the difficulty of taking up particular research questions in certain political climates.
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