PhD

A small group of us have started meeting to talk about the PhD process, and I decided to write up some of the broad themes. The point, I think, is that, although each person is researching a different topic, they face common problems and can share experiences. I’m afraid that, more often than not, we didn’t come up with solutions – but, you know, a problem shared …

Phd Chat: The PhD as a record of research training – not a perfect achievement

PhD Chat: Issues arising from the research process (1) Mitigating risk

PhD Chat: Issues arising from the research process (2) your role when conducting methods

PhD Chat: how do you write a journal article or a conference paper?

Comparing Theories of the Policy Process: A Brief Guide for Postgraduates

PhD Students: research is hard and it’s OK to simplify

Q. Should PhD students blog? A. Yes.

See also: there are resource sites which go into far more aspects of the writing process, such as medium.com/@Write4Research and patthomson.wordpress.com

See also: PhD blogs

https://siabhainn.wordpress.com/

https://politicsphd.wordpress.com/ 

https://andreasalvona2014.wordpress.com/

5 responses to “PhD

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