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Jane Ritchie. John W. Doing Research in the Business World. David E Gray. Methods in Educational Research. Marguerite G. Rebecca Kopriva.
Questionnaires in Second Language Research. Psychology for the Classroom: Constructivism and Social Learning. Alan Pritchard.
Surviving Your Dissertation. Kjell Erik Rudestam. Introduction to Educational Research.
Craig A. Research for Social Workers. Margaret Alston.
An Introduction to Psychological Assessment and Psychometrics. Keith Coaley. The Instructional Design Knowledge Base. Rita C.
Charles M. Learning, Problem Solving, and Mindtools. Michael Spector. Sandra van Thiel. Managing Dyslexia at University. Claire Jamieson.
Allen Rubin. Management Research Methods. Phyllis Tharenou. Improving Quality in Education. Bert P. Writing a Successful Thesis or Dissertation. Fred C.
Management and Business Research. Mark Easterby-Smith. Social Work Research and Evaluation. Richard M. MaryAnn Christison. Doing Your Education Research Project.
Neil Burton. Educational Evaluation, Assessment and Monitoring. Cees Glas. Evaluating Teaching and Learning. David Kember. Research Methods in Child Welfare. Amy J. Real Research. Liahna E. Exploring Language Assessment and Testing. Anthony Green. Integration of Online Research Methods.
Bojan Lobe. Practice-Based Research in Social Work. Sarah-Jane Dodd. Carol A. Autonomy in Language Learning: Getting Learners Actively Involved. Marcella Menegale.
Practical Language Testing. Glenn Fulcher. Research for Effective Social Work Practice. Judy L. Assessing English Language Learners: Bridges to Educational Equity. Margo Gottlieb. Research Skills for Social Work. Andrew Whittaker. Instructional Design: International Perspectives I. Sanne Dijkstra. Organizational Research Methods. Paul M Brewerton. Research Design in Social Work. Anne Campbell. Understanding and Applying Assessment in Education.
Damian Murchan. Key Concepts in Educational Assessment. Tina Isaacs. Eunice Eunhee Jang. The Routledge Handbook of Language Testing. Research Methods for Clinical and Health Psychology. David F. Research Methods: Sherwyn Allibang.
Student Research and Report Writing. Gabe T.
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This slogan is used by the Belvedere project office in Utrecht. It was set up by the national government to guide the allocation of restructuring grants in the Netherlands. My research covered buildings in the Netherlands, constructed in the period — The issues considered were based on the following themes: technical observation; research analysis, and regenerative conclusions.
My work included a study of the relevant literature and sources, and covered seven buildings. It also led to a new research method: building technology research. Technology provides the first angle for any study — the design and construction of buildings are greatly dependent on technology.
Transferring knowledge obtained by analysis also provides an opportunity to learn from what exists already. The third theme concerns regeneration. This is where continuity, change and durability meet. A regenerative approach provides the conditions to add a further generation to the life cycle of a building.
I then felt the need to take the method I developed for my thesis further, and to make it more accessible — this book is the result. First I will discuss the context of the work: the period — , the limitation to the Netherlands and an overview of existing methods.
Secondly, I will discuss the research themes in greater detail. The relevant concepts will be introduced, and one example application will be developed. In my PhD work I developed seven case studies which were combined with a general section to form the thesis. This time I will be using one example to explain the method: the building of the Friesland Provincial Library in Leeuwarden. This building was completed in and extensively refurbished in