Your PhD Thesis

Your PhD Thesis : How to Plan, Draft, Revise and Edit Your Thesis

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Undertaking a PhD and completing the task can be daunting. Yet one is being asked for an incremental increase rather than a paradigm shift in knowledge. This book seeks to place research methods within the context of the research process as a whole from an initial consideration of the nature of the research to the final submission of the thesis. Chapters cover: planning and organising a thesis, constructing and interpreting qualitative data; analysing qualitative data; writing legal and ethical issues; the submission; the viva and publishing. Your PhD thesis constitutes not only an accessible introduction to the task but a source of reference which can usefully be kept to hand during the field research and the process of writing up. This book explains: the nature of research; types of research; the research question; Feasibility; The research proposal; planning and organising
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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 135 x 215 x 110mm | 235g
  • Abergele, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1842850709
  • 9781842850701
  • 402,050

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the nature of research types of research and the research question Feasibility The research proposal planning and organising
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About Robert Brewer

Professor Robert Brewer is an experienced and respected academic and has many years experience of supervising PhD research students. He is a recognised expert in economics and is the joint author of Macroeconomics, in this series.
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