As I published on Twitter in mid-May 2018, I have actually been checking out a great deal of books that focus on how to compose a doctoral dissertation. I already have mine and I have actually already had doctoral trainees finished, however I strongly believe that everyone can discover a brand-new lesson on how to end up being a better PhD advisor.
I have students in all three stages (pre-proposal/coursework, post-proposal/fieldwork, and close to ending up) and hence I wished to get a handle on the literature out there. This page is meant to save all the article that summarize my reading notes for books on how to compose a doctoral argumentation.
#PhDChat PhD trainees: you’re in luck, because for the next couple of weeks, my Reading Notes and book live-tweets will be on books on how to write a doctoral dissertation. I am doing this since I have PhD students at all 3 stages of the process.
— Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco) Might 10, 2018
I will continue to keep them in my Reading Notes of Books however I figured this page would make it easier for doctoral prospects to read them all in one place.
Becker, Howard (2007) University of Chicago Press.
Berdahl, Loleen and Malloy, Jonathan (2018) “Work Your Profession: Get What You Desire from Your Social Sciences or Liberal Arts PhD.” University of Toronto Press.
Bolker, Joan (1998) “: A Guide to Starting, Revising, and Completing Your Doctoral Thesis”. Owl Books.
Davis, Gordon; Parker, Clyde and Straub, Detmar W. (2012) “” Barron’s Educational Series.
Dunleavy, Patrick J. (2003) “Authoring a PhD Thesis: How to Plan, Draft, Write and End Up a Doctoral Argumentation” Palgrave Macmillan.
Eco, Umberto (2015) “How to Compose A Thesis“. The MIT Press.
Erubavel, Eviatar (1999) The Clockwork Muse: A Practical Guide to Writing Theses, Dissertations, and Books. Harvard University Press.
Farkas, Dora (2009) “The Smart Way to your PhD: 200 Secrets from 100 Graduates”.Your PhD Consulting.
Foss, Sonja K. and Waters, William (2015) “”. Rowman & & Littlefield
. Luker, Kristin (2010) “”. Harvard University Press.
Ogden, Evelyn Hunt (2006) “.” Rowman & & Littlefield.
Single, Peggy Boyle (2009) “Demystifying Argumentation Composing: A Structured Process from Option of Subject to Last Text” Stylus Publishing.
Sternberg, David (1981) “” St. Martin’s Press.