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PhD: An uncommon guide to research, writing…

PhD: An uncommon guide to research, writing & PhD life

by James Hayton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0993174108, Paperback)

“I started my PhD in September 2003, but it wasn’t long before I realised that it’s much easier to get onto a PhD programme than it is to complete one…” If the aim of a PhD is to develop the skills of a professional academic researcher, how should you go about it? Using the principles of skill development as a foundation, this book provides a unique approach to the most common challenges of PhD research, including: Getting to know the literature in your field Developing your research ideas Becoming a better academic writer Coping with the stress and unpredictability of research Publications and presentations Writing, submitting and defending your thesis

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