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Long live the difference? Comparison of "similarity and similarity" in learners' Ideological Research under different educational backgrounds

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Abstract: This paper considers the current situation of educational research, that is, replicating the previous research results in the new educational context, and focusing on a series of active research fields in the national context: studying students ideas on scientific topics. This paper considers the circumstances under which "replication " research should be considered to provide original new knowledge worthy of publication in international research journals. This paper holds that there are sufficient principle reasons to expect that research carried out in different educational backgrounds can contribute to progressive research programs, so researchers should be encouraged to carry out such work. However, if a technically qualified paper submitted to a well-known journal is consideredered to merely replicate previous work without offering novel empirical or theoretical content that is considered to make an original contribution. This paper explores the basis for welcoming research “testing-out” published findings in new contexts and considers the place of such studies within a progressive research programme. This analysis can inform research design for those looking to explore learners’ ideas in local educational contexts, by offering clear guidance on the forms of research likely to offer significant contributions to public knowledge.

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