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Case Studies for Sociology

Keith Roberts, Professor of Sociology, Hanover College, Indiana, USA
This is an empirical study in which the sociology academic, Keith Roberts, compared perceptions of student engagement with observations made by a team of observers in his classroom. I think it is an incredibly useful example of how all of the noted headings in the literature on the research-teaching nexus actually describe composite aspects of an overall approach to learning that one might consider 'scholarly':

Roberts, K.A. (2002) Ironies of Effective Teaching: Deep Structure Learning and Constructions of the Classroom', Teaching Sociology, 30(1): 1-25.