This work provides an assessment of the Italian experimental literature in the field of education. We review 25 RCTs completed between 2009 and 2020, analysing their alignment to the CONSORT guidelines. Our findings show that the scientific reporting is on average of good quality; however, there are areas where a significant improvement is needed. We suggest viable solutions, aimed at improving the robustness of experimental research in sociology, taking advantage from consolidated rigorous praxis developed in other disciplines.

Abbiati, G., Argentin, G., Azzolini, D., Ballarino, G., Vergolini, L. (2022). Experimental Research in Education: An Appraisal of the Italian Experience. SCHWEIZERISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FUER SOZIOLOGIE, 48(1), 21-46 [10.2478/sjs-2022-0004].

Experimental Research in Education: An Appraisal of the Italian Experience

Abbiati, G
;
Argentin, G
;
2022

Abstract

This work provides an assessment of the Italian experimental literature in the field of education. We review 25 RCTs completed between 2009 and 2020, analysing their alignment to the CONSORT guidelines. Our findings show that the scientific reporting is on average of good quality; however, there are areas where a significant improvement is needed. We suggest viable solutions, aimed at improving the robustness of experimental research in sociology, taking advantage from consolidated rigorous praxis developed in other disciplines.
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CONSORT; education; Italy; randomized controlled trials; review;
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Abbiati, G., Argentin, G., Azzolini, D., Ballarino, G., Vergolini, L. (2022). Experimental Research in Education: An Appraisal of the Italian Experience. SCHWEIZERISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FUER SOZIOLOGIE, 48(1), 21-46 [10.2478/sjs-2022-0004].
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