Educational Perspectives 2004-2

Volume: 37

Issue: 2

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Ed Perspectives 2004-2

Issue Contents and Highlights

A Brief History of the College of Education’s Doctoral Degrees
Hunter McEwan and Helen Slaughter

Reforming the Doctorate in Education: Three Conceptions
Luise Prior McCarty and Debora Hinderliter Ortloff

Doctoral Education: National Issues with “Local” Relevance
Linda K. Johnsrud and Jocelyn Surla Banaria

The Socialization and Mentoring of Doctoral Students: A Faculty’s Imperative
Vicki J. Rosser

Reflections on the Dissertation Process and the Use of Secondary Data
Rochelle Mahoe

Confessions of a Qualitative Researcher: Reflexive Photography and the Exhibition of Culture in Schools
Michael J. Zambon

The College of Education Doctoral Student Association at the University of Hawai‘i: Providing Peer Support and Community to Doctoral Students
Lynn Tabata and Jamie Simpson

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