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The Participation in a Research and Study Group: A Collective Discourse Perspective

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ABSTRACT

This research aims to analyze the collective discourse from members of a research and study group on their participation. In order to achieve this goal, we use a quantitative and qualitative approach. For the analysis of quantitative questions, we choose to use graphics in order to illustrate the opinion of the group members. In the analysis of qualitative questions, we choose to bring the members opinions in a single speech, using the Collective Subject Discourse methodology. Overall, the results point to the lack of time of the members to participate in the group and to the importance of deepening and glimpsing other studies about participation.

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Paniago, M. and Silva, K. (2015) The Participation in a Research and Study Group: A Collective Discourse Perspective. Creative Education, 6, 2325-2332. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.622239.

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