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How to get a PhD : a handbook for students and their supervisors 2nd. ed., rev. and updated

How to get a PhD : a handbook for students and their supervisors 2nd. ed., rev. and updated (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Phillips, Estelle , 1928-. Pugh, Derek Salman.
서명 / 저자사항
How to get a PhD : a handbook for students and their supervisors / Estelle M. Phillips and D.S. Pugh.
판사항
2nd. ed., rev. and updated.
발행사항
Buckingham [England] ;   Philadelphia :   Open University Press ,   1994.  
형태사항
xiv, 203 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0335192149 (pbk.) 9780335192144 (pbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [194]-196) and index.
일반주제명
Doctor of philosophy degree -- Great Britain. Universities and colleges -- Great Britain -- Graduate work.
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CONTENTS
Preface to the second edition = xiii
1 Becoming a postgraduate = 1
 The nature of postgraduate education = 1
 The psychology of being a postgraduate = 2
 The aims of this book = 3
 Action summary = 4
2 Getting into the system = 5
 Choosing the institution and field of study = 5
 Choosing your work context = 7
 Selecting your supervisor = 8
 Becoming a research student = 10
 Myths and realities of the system = 11
  The 'ivory tower' = 11
  Personal relationships = 12
  Teamworking = 13
  'Scientific method' = 14
 Action summary = 16
3 The nature of the PhD qualification = 17
 The meaning of a doctorate = 17
 Becoming a fully professional researcher = 19
 Differences between the MPhil and the PhD = 21
 Aims of students = 22
 Aims of supervisors = 25
 Aims of examiners = 26
 Aims of universities and research councils = 27
 Mismatches and problems = 29
 Action summary = 30
4 How not to get a PhD = 32
 Not waiting a PhD = 32
 Not understanding the nature of a PhD by overestimating what is required = 34
 Not understanding the nature of a PhD by understanding what is required = 37
 Not having a supervisor who knows what a PhD requires = 39
 Losing contact with your supervisor = 40
 Not having a thesis = 41
 Taking a new job before finishing = 43
 Action summary = 44
5 How to do research = 45
 Characteristics of research = 45
 Intelligence-gathering- the 'what' questions = 46
 Research- the 'why' questions = 47
 Characteristics of good research = 47
  Research is based on an open system of thought = 47
  Researchers examine data critically = 48
  Researchers generalize and specify the limits on their generalizations = 48
 Basic types of research = 49
  Exploratory research = 49
  Testing-out research = 49
  Problem-solving research = 50
 Which type of research for the PhD? = 50
 The craft of doing research = 52
 Self-help and peer support groups = 53
 Action summary = 55
6 The form of a PhD thesis = 56
 Understanding the PhD form = 56
 Background theory = 57
 Focal theory = 58
 Data theory = 59
 Contribution = 59
 The concept of originality = 61
 Detailed structure and choice of chapter headings = 63
 Writing the thesis = 64
 Action summary = 70
7 The PhD process = 72
 Psychological aspects = 72
  Enthusiasm = 72
  Isolation = 73
  Increasing interest in work = 74
  Transfer of dependence from the supervisor to the work = 75
  Boredom = 77
  Frustration = 78
  A job to be finished = 79
  Euphoria = 81
 Practical aspects = 81
  Timetabling and time management = 81
  The timetabling process = 83
  The duration of the process = 83
  The stages of the process = 85
 Redefining long-term and short-term goals = 87
 The importance of deadlines = 89
 Action summary = 92
8 How to manage your supervisor = 93
 What supervisors expect of their doctoral students = 93
  Supervisors expect their students to be independent = 93
  Supervisors expect their students to produce written work that is not just a first draft = 95
  Supervisors expect to have regular meetings with their research students = 96
  Supervisors expect their research students to be honest when reporting on their progress = 98
  Supervisors expect their students to follow, the advice that they give, when it has  been given at the request of the postgraduate = 98
  Supervisors expect their students to be excited about their work, able to surprise them and fun to be with! = 99
 The need to educate your supervisor = 100
 How to reduce the communication barrier = 103
 Changing supervisors = 106
 Joint supervision = 109
 Action summary = 111
9 How to survive in a predominantly British, white, male, full-time academic environment = 113
 Part-time students = 114
 Women students = 115
  Difficulties concerning legitimacy of topics and methodology = 116
  Problems of communication, debate, and feedback = 118
  Scarcity of academic role models = 119
  Sexual exploitation = 121
 Overseas students = 122
 Ethnic minorities = 128
 Mature students = 130
 Action summary = 131
10 The formal procedures = 134
 Registration = 134
 Grants and research support = 136
 Upgrading to doctoral student status = 137
 The examination system = 137
  Giving notice of submission = 137
  The appointment of examiners = 138
  Submitting the thesis = 138
  The oral examination - the 'viva' = 139
  The results of the examination = 142
 The appeals procedures = 145
 Action summary = 146
11 How to supervise = 147
 What students expect of their supervisors = 147
  Students expect to be supervised = 148
  Students expect supervisors to read their work well in advance = 150
  Students expect their supervisors to be available when needed = 151
  Students expect their supervisors to be friendly, open and supportive = 152
  Students expect their supervisors to be constructively critical = 153
  Students expect their supervisor to have a good knowledge of the research area = 154
  Students expect their supervisors to structure the tutorial so that it is relatively easy to exchange ideas = 155
  Students expect their supervisors to have sufficient interest in their research to put more information in the students' path = 157
  Students expect supervisors to be sufficiently involved in their success to help them get a good job at the end of it all! = 157
 Establishing a role model = 158
 Teaching the craft of research = 159
  Giving constructive criticism = 159
  Introducing a structured 'weaning' programme = 162
 Maintaining a helpful psychological 'contract' = 165
 Encouraging students' academic role development = 167
 Supervising your research assistant = 168
 Conclusion = 169
 Action summary = 169
12 Institutional responsibilities = 171
 University responsibilities = 172
  Providing support to students = 172
   A structured introduction procedure = 172
   Facilities for departments to support doctoral research activity = 173
   Additional essential information = 174
   Language support where necessary = 174
  Providing resources for supervisors = 175
   The training of supervisors = 175
   Teaching credit for doctoral supervision = 176
   Faculty/departmental doctoral research tutor = 177
  Providing appropriate regulations = 177
   Registration = 177
   Monitoring of students' progress = 178
   Upgrading from MPhil to PhD registration = 178
   Appointment of external examiners = 179
  Providing a forum for review of the PhD = 180
   The PhD as a series of projects = 180
   The development of 'taught doctorates' = 181
 Departmental responsibilities = 181
  Establishing a departmental research tutor = 181
  Improving the selection of students into the department = 183
  Selection of supervisors = 184
  Developing guidelines on appropriate supervisory behaviour = 185
  Encouraging collaborative groups and meetings = 186
  Considering and, if appropriate, establishing a doctoral programme = 187
   The American doctoral programme = 188
   The scientific research programme = 189
   The doctoral cohort system = 191
  Conclusion = 192
  Action summary = 192
References = 194
Index = 197


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