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Students as Active Participants: The Case for Student Oriented Research
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Educational Research Quarterly Volume 6, Number 4,

Abstract

Findings are reported based on an analysis of questionnaire data derived from a year-long study of the impact of student-oriented, computer-based research on student attitudes toward sociology and selected course activities. Voluntary participation resulted in more favorable attitudes than did compulsory participation. (Author/GK)

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Johnson, W.S. & Morris, D.C. (1981). Students as Active Participants: The Case for Student Oriented Research. Educational Research Quarterly, 6(4), 38-45. Retrieved March 4, 2021 from .

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