Surviving and Thriving in Postgraduate Research available in Paperback
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This book focuses on the effective design and management of a postgraduate research project, from the inception and commencement of a relationship with supervisors through to the submission and examination of the dissertation, and can help ensure the timely and successful completion of postgraduate dissertation study. As the book addresses the methodological choices available to students and the issues that can arise during the process, it will be particularly valuable to all research studentsand to business research students in particular. The pedagogical approach is one of being informative, and the text is written in a conversational style loaded with concrete examplessome from actual theses and dissertations. Contents include: * Why am I doing this and what should I expect? * How should I manage the relationship with my supervisor? * How do I maintain a good work/life balance? * How do I identify/frame my research problem and questions? * How do I handle academic integrity issues? * How should I approach data analysis and display results? * And many more practical questions and answers.
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About the Author
Professor Ray W Cooksey is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Decision Making in the UNE Business School at the University of New England. Since his appointment to UNE in 1982, he has taught and conducted research as a member of education, psychology and business departments. Ray has an established international reputation in the in the area of human judgement research. His reputation extends to the areas of complexity science and systems thinking. He is an acknowledged expert in a diverse range of research methods and statistical as well as qualitative analysis of behavioural and social science data.
GAEL MCDONALD commenced as President of RMIT University Vietnam in February 2014. Previously she was Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Business and Law at Deakin University, Australia, and Vice President of Research and Professor of Business Ethics at Unitec, New Zealand. Professor McDonald obtained her Doctorate from The London School of Economics and Political Science in the United Kingdom. Professor McDonald has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Macau, United States and Canada in the areas of International Marketing, Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour. She has also published widely in academic and professional journals.