A Survival Kit for Doctoral Students and Their Supervisors
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A Survival Kit for Doctoral Students and Their Supervisors

Traveling the Landscape of Research
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ISBN-13:
9781483379463
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
192
Autor:
Lene Tanggaard
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

A hands-on guide supporting both students and supervisors on the doctoral journey, helping make the process of achieving a PhD both enjoyable and productive.

A Survival Kit for Doctoral Students and Their Supervisors offers a hands-on guide to both students and supervisors on the doctoral journey, helping make the process as enjoyable as it is productive. Drawing on research from peer learning groups, contributed narratives, and their own programs, the authors emphasize the value of the doctoral partnership and the ways in which shared knowledge can facilitate a rewarding journey for students and their advisors. Grounded in theoretical and empirical material, the book helps participants navigate the doctoral process with personal stories and examples from a variety of researchers. A discussion of common challenges and the inclusion of practical tips further enhance the book’s diverse range of helpful resources.
Chapter 1: Theoretical Basis of the Book

An Apprenticeship Perspective

Why Apprenticeship?

Things Elites Can Teach Us

What Is Apprenticeship In Research And What Can Be Learn From It?

The PhD Endeavour as a Journey

A Pedagogy of Doing

Moving Away From Pure Learning

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 2: Matching Student and Research Community

Successful and Unsuccessful Matching

Why Research Talent Is Relationally Defined and Achieved

Relational Talents

Finding the Right Match

What Is Needed To Find The Match?

Mismatch

Finishing On Time?

Why Matching Can Be Difficult

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 3: Originality and Contribution

Making an Impact

We Have To Work It Out Ourselves – But How?

Developing Voice

An Experiment of Disarmament

Dismantling Pretentious Scientific Language

Complying and Adjustment

Questioning the Research Question

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 4: Making the Most of Obstacles

Research as a Creative Endeavor

How Can I Contribute and Do Creative Research?

Data on Deviations and Research in Everyday Life

How Can We Stumble Creatively?

Absorption and Deadlines

Forced Incubation

Apprenticeships and Quick Learning

The McDonaldisation of Research

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 5: Peers and Masters Are Everywhere

Distributed Masters

Apprenticeship Writing

Writing and Identity Formation in Peer Groups

Writing Throughout the Journey

Networks

Writing Groups

Do I Have The Time … And The Courage?

Life Itself Is a Master

Be a Master Yourself

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 6: Doing Supervision

Supervision as Process and Production

Co-Authorship as a Pedagogic Practice

The Co-Author Study

Inviting In—Unconditionally Accepting

Idea Testing and Getting the Student to Work

Theoretical Framing

Focused Asking For Advice and Making Structural Adjustments

Fine Tuning and Some Deletions

Sharing Completion

Extending the Radius of the Research Community

A Pedagogy of Doing

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 7: Feedback – Part of Making It Work

A Range Of Options

A Good Writer Is Not Necessarily a Good Writing Teacher

Feed-Back from an Apprenticeship Perspective

Formative Apprenticeship

Writing for ‘Real’ and ‘Blind’ Reviewers

The Necessity of Untidy Texts

The Circularity of Knowing

‘People Think by Acting’

Retrospective Preparation?

Learning from Giving Feedback

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion

Chapter 8: ‘Get a Life’ or Simply ‘Live Your Life’

Putting an End to Uncertainty?

Moving Fast or Learning to Live a Researcher’s Life?

In Search Of a Researcher Identity

Always In the Middle

It Is Good To Be Part of Something

There Is Always Work To Do

Always Heading Somewhere

‘Let’s Start Before We’re Ready’

Stepping Stones for a Future Career

Good Advice for the PhD Student

Good Advice for the Supervisor

Conclusion