Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology

Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (RERM) is an internationally refereed journal for researchers and practitioners investigating, tracing and theorizing practices, documentations and politics in education. RERM is a site for critical academic work around contemporary research methodology, as this connects to concepts and discourses linked to poststructural, feminist, critical, and postcolonial approaches to social science. RERM welcomes contributions that will advance knowledge and epistemologies regarding critical issues around matters of equity and social justice. The publication language of the journal is English, with encouraged inclusions of bilingual terms, quotes and references.



Call for proposals to a Special Issue of RERM: In remembrance of, and inspired by, Professor Jeanette Rhedding-­Jones

Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology (RERM) Journal invites submissions to a guest-edited Special Issue in remembrance of a remarkable scholar, Professor Jeanette Rhedding-Jones’ whose work has made a lasting impact to the field of educational research.  
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Vol 4, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents


Telling tales on either side of the teacher: methods of researching professional and biographical transformations in the context of Education PDF
Mike Hayler, Nadia Edmond
Searching for Methodology: Feminist Relational Materialism and the Teacher-Student Writing Conference PDF
Mindy Legard Larson, Donna Kalmbach Phillips


Editorial PDF
Ann Merete Otterstad


Becoming Rhizome Researchers PDF
Bryan Clarke, Jim Parsons

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ISSN: 1892-042X