I am delighted to announce that this post begins the final countdown to the publication of my new book, tips for planning, writing and surviving your dissertation!
A Comprehensive Guide to Content and Process, Third Edition offers readers guidance that other dissertation guides often miss, from ways to improve one's writing, to identifying one's learning preferences, to dealing with emotional blocks. Using examples from a wide range of disciplines, the authors give readers expert advice on the entire dissertation process: The entire text has been updated and fresh examples have been added to it.
This edition features an up-to-the-minute discussion of online research and the use of software packages.
The authors have expanded their coverage of qualitative work, and added information about the use of mixed methods to the book. These updates and more make the Third Edition of Surviving Your Dissertation a must have resource for graduate students.
Walks readers through the dissertation process as an ideal mentor would. Devotes more attention to qualitative work, and touches upon mixed methods. Discusses online library resources and completing one's dissertation via the Internet.
Features new material on the use of graphics. Includes information about informed consent forms.The beginning and end of the book should be read at the beginning of any phd program and again when you are ready for your dissertation. The middle of the book addresses methods etc, and will be very relevant as I work on my proposal, IRB, etc.
These updates and more make the Third Edition of Surviving Your Dissertation a must have resource for graduate students. Key Features of the Third Edition: Walks readers through the dissertation process as an ideal mentor would. The Perils of Publishing Your Dissertation Online Posted on August 24, by Karen Kelsky Today we are honored to have a guest post by Kathryn Hume, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Penn State University and author of Surviving Your Academic Job Hunt: Advice for Humanities PhDs (revised edition, ).
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a longer paper or essay presented for completion of a 4-year bachelor's degree is sometimes called a major paper. Surviving your dissertation: a comprehensive guide to content and process. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Buy from Amazon.
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In the fully updated Fourth Edition of their best-selling guide, Surviving Your Dissertation, Kjell Erik Rudestam and Rae R. Newton answer questions concerning every stage of the dissertation process, including selecting a suitable topic, conducting a literature review, developing a research question, understanding the role of theory, selecting an appropriate methodology and research design /5(95).