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Part 1: Classical Paradigms Generalization in Educational Research Beyond the Qualitative/ Quantitative Divide

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Generalizing in Educational Research Analytic generalization Probabilistic generalization Essentialistic generalization

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Criteria for Generalizing Limitations in analytic and probabilistic G.analyticprobabilistic Not identifying the essential in essentialistic G.essentialistic Population heterogeneityheterogeneity Users as criterion Expanding methods (Bayesian) – p(H 0 |data) vs. p(data|H 0 )

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Part 2: “What More?” Researching Living/Lived Mathematical Work

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Husserl, E. (1939). Die Frage nach dem Ursprung der Geometrie als intentional-historisches Problem. Revue internationale de philosophie 1, 203–225.

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“The temporally placed label of an angle or its apparently disengaged placement in a finished figure exhibits this seen relationship as a proof-specific relevance” (p. 96) Livingston, E. (1987). Making sense of ethnomethodology. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

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Husserl, E. (1939). Die Frage nach dem Ursprung der Geometrie als intentional-historisches Problem. Revue internationale de philosophie 1, 203–225.

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Analytic generalization

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Essentialistic generalization

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