From: Bill Spight (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 27 Mar 2005 - 21:18:40 GMT
> For at least ten years I though a worthwhile research project would
> to find the kids who were in that class and interview them and a
> control group to see if the experience changed the course of their
> lives. Now I am not so sure you would find anything useful by
> groping in the dark without a theory to guide such an investigation.
Jones taught only 1/3 of the Contemporary History classes that year. The
other classes could provide comparisons. But, as you suggest, a
hypothesis testing approach seems unlikely to produce much of value.
Case study methodology seems more appropriate. :-)
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