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  • Pasta blanda: 146 páginas
  • Editor: Createspace Independent Pub (5 de noviembre de 2015)
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ISBN-10: 1517071151
  • ISBN-13: 978-1517071158
  • Dimensiones del producto: 13.3 x 0.9 x 20.3 cm
  • Peso del envío: 141 g
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Are you wondering how to start your research or dissertation journey, swimming through a sea of papers or looking for help knitting your discussion together? Do you need advice for getting the most out of your tutor or how to keep on track with your thinking, writing and analysis? What is critical analysis, in fact, and how do you do that while still having a life? The 101 tips in this book cover a wide range of areas from how to create a good question and keywords to what to do when someone publishes a ground breaking new study on your topic the week before you’re due to submit your work. Written in an accessible, friendly style and seasoned with first-hand advice and comments from others who have trodden the path, this book combines sound, practical tips from an experienced academic with reminders of the value of creativity, chocolate and naps as investments in your work. Dr Sara Wickham has written three dissertations of her own, served as the editor of three professional journals and authored fifteen books. She also lectures internationally. This book draws upon Sara’s experience of midwifing hundreds of people on their research journeys.

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Dr Sara Wickham PhD, RM, MA, PGCert, BA(Hons) is a multi-passionate midwife, educator, writer and researcher who works independently, dividing her working time between speaking, writing, consulting, blogging, facilitating workshops and creating resources. Sara's career has been varied; she has lived and worked in the UK, the USA and New Zealand; edited three professional journals and lectured in more than twenty countries. This is Sara's fifteenth book, and it draws upon her experience supporting students undertaking research in a variety of disciplines from diploma level to PhD. You can find Sara online at www.sarawickham.com and www.facebook.com/saramidwife

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