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The Mosaic Approach and Research with Young Children

Clark, Alison (2003) The Mosaic Approach and Research with Young Children. In: The Reality of Research with Children and Young People. Sage Publications, London, pp. 142-161. ISBN 0761943781

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Additional Information: 4 + Research methods in education and the social sciences a. Participatory research methods b. Pedagogical theories on listening and documentation, and participatory research methods c. This chapter gives a detailed analysis of an innovative research method, the Mosaic approach and demonstrates its success in revealing the perspectives of young children about their early childhood environment. The chapter makes an important contribution to the book, ‘The reality of research with children’ by focusing on a methodology devised for working with children under fives years-old. The book contributes to Childhood studies degree and Masters courses on research with children. d. e. Based on in-depth qualitative study with twenty children, parents and practitioners as part of a wider evaluation of a group of services for children and families (published separately). f. Chapter commissioned by editors following conference presentations and previous publication. Reviewed by editors. g. sole author
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Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2014 15:04
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