The practices of mathematics education doctoral students

John Monaghan

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This paper looks at the practices (or praxeologies) of mathematics education doctoral students and their supervisors from the perspectives of activity theory and the anthropological theory of the didactic. The paper examines three ways to view mathematics education research before discussing : research methods and methodologies ; the debate on qualitative and quantitative research ; and implications for the supervision of doctoral students.


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practices; mathematics education; doctoral student

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/10.23925/1983-3156.2019v21i4p053-062

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