Browsing by Author "De Luca, Rosemary"

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  • Editorial

    De Luca, Rosemary (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2008)
    An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses several articles including those on today's teaching and learning of language and music, Sylvia Ashton-Warner's contribution to educational theory ...
  • How an exchange of perspectives led to tentative ethical guidelines for visual ethnography

    Pope, Clive C.; De Luca, Rosemary; Tolich, Martin (Taylor & Francis, 2010)
    Qualitative research, especially visual ethnography, is an iterative not a linear process, replete with good intentions, false starts, mistaken assumptions, miscommunication and a continually revised statement of the ...
  • Human ethics guidelines for schools

    Cooper, Beverley; De Luca, Rosemary (New Zealand Association for Science Educators, 2009)
    The article depicts the development, the process and the composition human ethics guidelines for schools in New Zealand. It states that the guidelines must be provided at schools for guiding school-based student research ...
  • Issues and challenges of using web blogs as a medium for research communication.

    Hasim, Zuwati; De Luca, Rosemary; Bell, Beverley (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2011)
    The advent of web-based technology has initially allowed millions of users to get hold of immense information and to communicate worldwide. In the field of education, for example, web-based technology has brought about ...
  • Perspectives on informed consent: an investigation into attitudes and practices in relation to informed consent to medical treatment in a group of New Zealand hospitals

    De Luca, Rosemary (The University of Waikato, 2003)
    Words do not of themselves carry meaning but are interpreted by users and within the contexts of their use. These contexts extend beyond the immediate to include historical, contemporary and evolving uses. Particularly ...

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