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Educational Research and Policy : How Do They Relate?.

By: Husén, Torsten.
Contributor(s): Kogan, Maurice.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1984Description: 1 online resource (309 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483148564.Subject(s): Education -- Research -- Management -- Congresses | Education and state -- Congresses | School management and organization -- Decision making -- Congresses | Universities and colleges -- Administration -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Educational Research and Policy : How Do They Relate?DDC classification: 379.15 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Front Cover -- Educational Research and Policy: How do they Relate? -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editorial Note -- Foreword -- Issues and Their Background -- Background -- Countries Included in the Study -- Conduct of the Study -- "The Two Cultures"-Researchers and Policy-makers -- References -- Questionnaire -- Report of Proceedings -- Preface -- Opening Speech -- SECTION I. The Main Issues -- SECTION II. How do Educational Research and Policy-making affect each other? -- Evidence of Impact -- SECTION III. Generalisations Derived from Empirical Cases Discussed in the Symposium -- SECTION IV. Models of Interaction -- RELATIONSHIP - EDUCATION RESEARCH AND POLICY-MAKERS -PROGRAMME EXECUTIONERS. -- SECTION V. Knowledge -- SECTION VI. Policy Systems -- SECTION VII. Policy Proposals -- References -- Part I: Papers presented at the Symposium -- Chapter 1. The Case of Germany: Experiences from the Education Council -- References -- Chapter 2. The Case of France: Higher Education -- I. The direct influence -- II. The indirect influence -- III. The potential influence -- Chapter 3. Issues in the Institutionalisation of Social Policy -- Problems Relevant to the Institutionalisation of Social Policy Research as an Element in Societal Decision-Making -- Chapter 4. Contextual Problems of Educational Reforms: A Swedish Perspective -- Introductory remarks -- Sociological and educational perspectives -- Seven Crucial Cs: Criticism, Contextual Conditions, Comparability, Constructive Contributions and Cooperation. -- Some Specific Illustrations and Observations from Swedish Reform Research -- References -- Chapter 5. Researchers and Policy-makers in Education: The World Bank as Middleman in the Developing Countries -- Urge to Transfer Knowledge -- World Bank Education Financing.
Chapter 6. Effects of Educational Research on Educational Policy-making: The Case of Sweden -- 1. What is Educational Policy? -- II. Two Levels of Educational Policy -- 3. The Interrelations between Educational Research and Educational Policy -- 4. Effects on Policy-making -- 5. Freedom and Constraint in Educational Research -- References -- Chapter 7. Research and Policy-making in Higher Education: Six Observations by an Academic Bureaucrat -- I. Research on Higher Education is a Relatively New Enterprise -- II. Research on Higher Education Requires an Integrated Infrastructure -- III. Research, Policy-making and Their Relationship Vary Markedly from Country to Country -- IV. Academic Freedom, University Autonomy, Research and Policy-making -- V. Initiative in the Research/Policy-making Cycle -- VI. Some Preliminary Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8. Research and Policy-making in Education: Some Possible Links -- Some Experiences -- From Personal Experiences to Promulgation of Practice -- The Dissemination of Results -- The Beginnings of a Model -- What Would the Links Be? -- Reference -- Chapter 9. Research and Policy-making in Swedish Higher Education -- Introduction -- Research on Higher Education in Sweden: An Overview -- Research-into Policy: Five Case Studies -- Policy Sector and Research Utilisation -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- Chapter 10. Development and Research - Foundations for Policy-making in Education: Some Personal Experiences -- INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. Researchers, Policy Analysts and Policy Intellectuals -- Models of the Relation of Research to Policy -- A New Actor-the Policy Analyst -- The Policy Analyst as Compared to the Researcher -- Four Problems Facing the Policy Analyst -- The Absence of Ethnography and its Consequences -- The Bounding of Problems.
Tensions Between Professional and Bureaucratic Roles -- Policy Intellectuals and Policy Analysts -- Policy Analysts versus Interest Groups -- Conclusion: Research and the Rhetoric of Politics -- References -- Chapter 12. Planning, Pluralism, and Policy Intellectuals -- Researchers and Policy-Makers: The Problem of Knowledge Utilisation -- Linking Analysis to Action: The Dispositional Approach -- Dilemmas and Constraints -- References -- Appendix I List of Participants at Symposium -- Name Index -- Subject Index.
Summary: Educational Research and Policy: How do They Relate? contains the proceedings of a four-day symposium held at Wijk, Lidingo-Stockholm in June 1982. Before presenting the papers reported at the symposium, this book first tackles the main issues in the relationship between policymaking and research. This text also elucidates models of interaction, policy systems, and policy proposals. The papers of the symposium are then presented collectively in the last part. Generalizations derived from empirical cases discussed in the symposium are also shown.
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Front Cover -- Educational Research and Policy: How do they Relate? -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editorial Note -- Foreword -- Issues and Their Background -- Background -- Countries Included in the Study -- Conduct of the Study -- "The Two Cultures"-Researchers and Policy-makers -- References -- Questionnaire -- Report of Proceedings -- Preface -- Opening Speech -- SECTION I. The Main Issues -- SECTION II. How do Educational Research and Policy-making affect each other? -- Evidence of Impact -- SECTION III. Generalisations Derived from Empirical Cases Discussed in the Symposium -- SECTION IV. Models of Interaction -- RELATIONSHIP - EDUCATION RESEARCH AND POLICY-MAKERS -PROGRAMME EXECUTIONERS. -- SECTION V. Knowledge -- SECTION VI. Policy Systems -- SECTION VII. Policy Proposals -- References -- Part I: Papers presented at the Symposium -- Chapter 1. The Case of Germany: Experiences from the Education Council -- References -- Chapter 2. The Case of France: Higher Education -- I. The direct influence -- II. The indirect influence -- III. The potential influence -- Chapter 3. Issues in the Institutionalisation of Social Policy -- Problems Relevant to the Institutionalisation of Social Policy Research as an Element in Societal Decision-Making -- Chapter 4. Contextual Problems of Educational Reforms: A Swedish Perspective -- Introductory remarks -- Sociological and educational perspectives -- Seven Crucial Cs: Criticism, Contextual Conditions, Comparability, Constructive Contributions and Cooperation. -- Some Specific Illustrations and Observations from Swedish Reform Research -- References -- Chapter 5. Researchers and Policy-makers in Education: The World Bank as Middleman in the Developing Countries -- Urge to Transfer Knowledge -- World Bank Education Financing.

Chapter 6. Effects of Educational Research on Educational Policy-making: The Case of Sweden -- 1. What is Educational Policy? -- II. Two Levels of Educational Policy -- 3. The Interrelations between Educational Research and Educational Policy -- 4. Effects on Policy-making -- 5. Freedom and Constraint in Educational Research -- References -- Chapter 7. Research and Policy-making in Higher Education: Six Observations by an Academic Bureaucrat -- I. Research on Higher Education is a Relatively New Enterprise -- II. Research on Higher Education Requires an Integrated Infrastructure -- III. Research, Policy-making and Their Relationship Vary Markedly from Country to Country -- IV. Academic Freedom, University Autonomy, Research and Policy-making -- V. Initiative in the Research/Policy-making Cycle -- VI. Some Preliminary Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8. Research and Policy-making in Education: Some Possible Links -- Some Experiences -- From Personal Experiences to Promulgation of Practice -- The Dissemination of Results -- The Beginnings of a Model -- What Would the Links Be? -- Reference -- Chapter 9. Research and Policy-making in Swedish Higher Education -- Introduction -- Research on Higher Education in Sweden: An Overview -- Research-into Policy: Five Case Studies -- Policy Sector and Research Utilisation -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- Chapter 10. Development and Research - Foundations for Policy-making in Education: Some Personal Experiences -- INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11. Researchers, Policy Analysts and Policy Intellectuals -- Models of the Relation of Research to Policy -- A New Actor-the Policy Analyst -- The Policy Analyst as Compared to the Researcher -- Four Problems Facing the Policy Analyst -- The Absence of Ethnography and its Consequences -- The Bounding of Problems.

Tensions Between Professional and Bureaucratic Roles -- Policy Intellectuals and Policy Analysts -- Policy Analysts versus Interest Groups -- Conclusion: Research and the Rhetoric of Politics -- References -- Chapter 12. Planning, Pluralism, and Policy Intellectuals -- Researchers and Policy-Makers: The Problem of Knowledge Utilisation -- Linking Analysis to Action: The Dispositional Approach -- Dilemmas and Constraints -- References -- Appendix I List of Participants at Symposium -- Name Index -- Subject Index.

Educational Research and Policy: How do They Relate? contains the proceedings of a four-day symposium held at Wijk, Lidingo-Stockholm in June 1982. Before presenting the papers reported at the symposium, this book first tackles the main issues in the relationship between policymaking and research. This text also elucidates models of interaction, policy systems, and policy proposals. The papers of the symposium are then presented collectively in the last part. Generalizations derived from empirical cases discussed in the symposium are also shown.

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