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By Scott Bulfin, Nicola F. Johnson, Chris Bigum

This booklet deals serious readings of concerns in schooling and know-how and demonstrates how researchers can use severe views from sociology, electronic media, cultural reports, and different fields to develop the "ed-tech" study mind's eye, open up new subject matters, ask new questions, boost concept, and articulate an time table for trained motion.

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What it is about these particular theories that appeal to you? What have you found their strengths to be in relation to education and digital technology/digital media? 3. Are there any underused theoretical approaches that, in your opinion, appear promising for research on education and digital technology/ digital media? 4. Are there any theoretical approaches used in the literature that, in your opinion, are largely unhelpful/inappropriate/overrated? If so, why is this? As is often typical, each of the qualitative questions (which asked for text to be entered) had a notable reduction of responses from the participants.

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2. What it is about these particular theories that appeal to you? What have you found their strengths to be in relation to education and digital technology/digital media? 3. Are there any underused theoretical approaches that, in your opinion, appear promising for research on education and digital technology/ digital media? 4. Are there any theoretical approaches used in the literature that, in your opinion, are largely unhelpful/inappropriate/overrated? If so, why is this? As is often typical, each of the qualitative questions (which asked for text to be entered) had a notable reduction of responses from the participants.

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