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Page 1 Introduction Jean Rudduck Of whom shall we speak? For every day they die Among us, those who were doing us some good. (Auden, November 1939) 1 Born in Scotland, Lawrence Stenhouse completed his secondary education at Manchester Grammar School but returned to Scotlandto St Andrew's Universityas an undergraduate. Ed. in 1956 he had defined the educational problem that he wanted to work on as 'the relationship of culture to the development of the power of the individual'; later, this agenda was more sharply expressed as 'the problem of emancipation through knowledge'.
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A. (1975) An Introduction to Curriculum Research and Development, p. 208. 9. Skilbeck, M. (1983) Lawrence Stenhouse: Research methodology. British Educational Research Journal 9 (1), 12. 10. A. A. Stenhouse (1983) Authority, Education and Emancipation, op. , p. 189. 11. A. (1980) Product or process? A reply to Brian Crittenden, reprinted in J. Rudduck and D. Hopkins (eds) (1985) Research as a Basis for Teaching (p. 85). London: Heinemann. 12. A. (1975) op. , p. 24. Page 15 13. L. (1993) The will to learn (essay review).