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Planning Your PhD

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 136
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Pocket Study Skills

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Paperback - 9780230251939

15 August 2010

$11.99

Ebook - 9781137013743

16 September 2017

$9.99

Ebook - 9781137259967

04 August 2010

$19.99

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This practical guide is full of advice on how to make the most of the PhD experience. It covers the practicalities of embarking on a PhD and guides students through the process, from selecting a topic and securing finance to...

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This practical guide is full of advice on how to make the most of the PhD experience. It covers the practicalities of embarking on a PhD and guides students through the process, from selecting a topic and securing finance to writing and publishing their thesis. It also includes a wealth of workshop activities to help students sharpen their focus and clarify their thoughts, and top tips for further development.

This is an essential guide for all current and soon-to-be PhD students. It also offers useful guidance for anyone considering pursuing research-based career.

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  • Encourages and reassures PhD students about the journey ahead, and helps them to develop a positive approach to overcoming problems
  • Contains practical guidance on making the transition to research, working with supervisors and getting published
  • Includes hands-on `workshop' activities which have been thoroughly tried and tested by PhD students from all subject areas

Introduction
PART I: YOUR PHD IDEA WHERE NEXT? 
PART II: STARTING OUT
PART III: TOWARDS YOUR LITERATURE REVIEW
PART IV: TOWARDS YOUR PROPOSAL
PART V: WRITING YOUR PROPOSAL
PART VI: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME.
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KATE WILLIAMS manages Upgrade, the Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has worked with students from Foundation to PhD and has written a range of books and materials on study skills. With experience of project management in both writing and editing, she is also the Series Editor for Pocket Study Skills.
 
EMILY BETHELL is a PhD Student at Roehampton University, UK.

JUDITH LAWTON is the Former Deputy Head of Hounslow Language Service, UK.

CLARE PARFITT is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Dance at the University of Chichester, UK.

MARY RICHARDSON is Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at Roehampton University, UK.

VICTORIA ROWE is Teaching Associate at the University of Sheffield,...

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KATE WILLIAMS manages Upgrade, the Study Advice Service at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has worked with students from Foundation to PhD and has written a range of books and materials on study skills. With experience of project management in both writing and editing, she is also the Series Editor for Pocket Study Skills.
 
EMILY BETHELL is a PhD Student at Roehampton University, UK.

JUDITH LAWTON is the Former Deputy Head of Hounslow Language Service, UK.

CLARE PARFITT is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Dance at the University of Chichester, UK.

MARY RICHARDSON is Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at Roehampton University, UK.

VICTORIA ROWE is Teaching Associate at the University of Sheffield, UK.


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