Threads of a New Language: A Response to Eisenhart’s ‘On the Subject of Interpretive Review’Review of Educational Research (1998)
While traditional literature reviews have functioned to clarify a single field, the interpretive review may contribute to research that challenges the perceptual habits of reviewers and extends the ways in which research questions can be constructed and studied. The interpretive review may bring many disciplines together for a new approach to the issue studied.
Publication DateWinter 1998
Citation InformationShuaib J. Meacham. "Threads of a New Language: A Response to Eisenhart’s ‘On the Subject of Interpretive Review’" Review of Educational Research Vol. 68 Iss. 4 (1998)
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