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Doing Coaching Research

Doing Coaching Research

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May 2020 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is your student guide to research in the field of coaching. It answers your questions about doing research and explores the challenges and opportunities presented by different ways of doing research specifically in coaching. An ideal introduction for trainees and practitioners looking to understand the what, the why, and the how of coaching research.     
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Theoretical foundations of research
Chapter 3 – Designing your research project
Chapter 4 – Grounded Theory
Chapter 5 – Phenomenological approaches
Chapter 6 – Autoethnography
Chapter 7 – Quantitative and Statistical Approaches
Chapter 8 – Case Study Research
Chapter 9 – Action Research
Chapter 10 – The experience of research
Chapter 11 – The dissemination and implementation of research-based coaching knowledge

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Peter Jackson

Elaine Cox

Elaine is a principal lecturer and the leader of programmes for the International Centre for Coaching and Leadership Development at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, where she also directs the Doctor of Coaching and Mentoring Programme and supervises doctoral students. She is an experienced researcher, author and editor and has recently co-edited the bestselling book, The Complete Handbook of Coaching, 2nd edition. Her other books with SAGE include Coaching Understood (2013) and she is also the founding editor of The International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching & Mentoring. More About Author

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ISBN: 9781526459473