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100 1  Cooksey, Ray,|eauthor 
245 10 Surviving and thriving in postgraduate research /|cby Ray 
       Cooksey, Gael McDonald 
250    Second edition 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Springer,
       |c2019 
300    1 online resource (xxxvii, 1170 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  Chapter 1 - Why am I doing this and what do I expect? -- 
       Chapter 2 - What skills do I need -- Chapter 3 - Should I 
       keep a research diary? -- Chapter 4 - How should I manage 
       the relationship with my supervisor? -- Chapter 5 - How 
       should I manage the research project? -- Chapter 6 - How 
       should I manage my time? -- Chapter 7 - How do I stay on 
       track? -- Chapter 8 - How do I maintain a good work/life 
       balance? -- Chapter 9 - How do I decide on my guiding 
       assumptions? -- Chapter 10 - How should I position my 
       study? -- Chapter 11 - How do I identify/frame my research
       problem and questions? -- Chapter 12 - How do I scope and 
       shape my research project? -- Chapter 13 - How should I 
       select, read and review the literature? -- Chapter 14 - 
       What data gathering strategies should I use? -- Chapter 15
       - How do I handle academic integrity issues? -- Chapter 16
       - How should I shape and defend my proposal? -- Chapter 17
       - How can I gain access to data sources? -- Chapter 18 - 
       When and how should I deal with measurements? -- Chapter 
       19 - How do I manage the sampling process? -- Chapter 20 -
       How should I organise my data? -- Chapter 21 - How should 
       I approach data analysis and display results? -- Chapter 
       22 - How should I tell a convincing story? -- Chapter 23 -
       How should I respond to criticisms that arise -- Chapter 
       24 - How will my thesis/ dissertation be examined and 
       judged? -- Chapter 25 - Should I publish as I go? -- 
       Chapter 26 - Common pitfalls 
520    This handbook provides an in-depth exploration of the 
       entire journey of postgraduate research in the social and 
       behavioural sciences, from enrolment to its culmination in
       the form of a thesis, dissertation or portfolio, and 
       beyond. It is written in an accessible and example-rich 
       style, offering practical and concrete advice in virtually
       all areas. It also includes references to additional 
       resources and websites, and each chapter features key 
       recommendations for improving the postgraduate research 
       experience. The book addresses not only research-related 
       aspects (e.g. supervisors; selecting your guiding 
       assumptions; contextualising, framing and configuring 
       research; reviewing literature; sampling; writing 
       proposals; ethics and academic integrity; selecting a data
       gathering strategy; surviving your thesis/dissertation/
       portfolio examination; and publishing), but also questions
       concerning how to integrate, manage, and balance the 
       research journey in the context of the postgraduate 
       student's broader life-world (e.g. skill development and 
       supervisor relations; effective time and project 
       management; a healthy work-life balance; maintaining 
       motivation; and dealing with criticism) The book adopts an
       explicitly pluralist perspective on postgraduate research,
       moving beyond mixed methods thinking, and offers concrete 
       examples from postgraduate students' real-world 
       experiences 
650  0 Dissertations, Academic|zAustralia 
650  0 Research|xMethodology 
650  0 Research|vHandbooks, manuals, etc 
650  0 Universities and colleges|zAustralia|xGraduate work 
650 14 Research Skills 
650 24 Study and Learning Skills 
650 24 Thesis and Dissertation 
650 24 Popular Social Sciences 
650 24 Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary
700 1  McDonald, Gael,|eauthor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
856 40 |uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7747-1