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The Unwritten Rules Of Phd Research (Open Up Study Skills) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Februar 2010

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Dr Marian Petre is Professor of Computing at the Open University, UK, and a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder. Her experience includes establishing a PhD programme, running doctoral consortia at international conferences, giving tutorials on research methods in the UK, US and Europe, and presenting research workshops for PhD students as well as supervising and examining doctoral students.

Dr Gordon Rugg is a former field archaeologist and English lecturer turned computer scientist, who is now head of the Knowledge Modelling Group at Keele University. He is the author of Using Statistics (Open University Press, 2007).

Gordon and Marian are also the authors of A Gentle Guide to Research Methods (Open University Press, 2006).


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I am very thankful to my friend (also a PhD student) who introduced me to this book! I enjoyed reading it and really got some useful information out of it.
The authors talk about things that most people in academia like professors, assistants, supervisors - take for granted and do not even consider to mention or teach. The book covers the whole range from the attitude and behaviors that are expected from a grad student, to basic information on types of papers, the writing process, the viva (as I am not a native speaker, this was the first time I heard this expression! For us, this is called "defensio") to aspects of career development.
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It would be ideal if a PhD student could read this book even before starting a Ph.D., but it is never too late, I read it at a much later stage. This book tells you what your supervisor or peers won't tell you and it helps you avoid making cardinal mistakes. I strongly recommend this book to all PhD students.
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HASH(0x95093048) von 5 Sternen A lifesaver for clueless grad students 25. Oktober 2011
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This is a very good book for the clueless grad students, as it teaches many intangible skills which may end up being as important as the research itself.
Skills such as how to network and conduct yourself in a conference, how to plan the dissertation and even critique journals.
There are even sections on presentation skills and CV writing. It also gives tips so that we are not caught in the situation where, we have graduated but realize too late we need teaching experience to get a junior teaching position.
I would highly recommend this as it really helped me a lot in my beginning stages of graduate studies.

However, I have to be honest that, this book might be redundant for phd/graduate students who have great guidance and a wonderful learning culture in their institutions. But for those who find themselves in less favorable circumstances, such as myself, this book is almost a life-saver.
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HASH(0x95093294) von 5 Sternen Helpful and interesting read 29. Juni 2013
Von Johann Grabner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In my opinion this book contains very useful information for students working on or considering a PhD programme. The informal storytelling style makes up an entertaining read, which felt sometimes a bit verbose and lengthy to me.

I perceived the told stories experiences of the authors as very authentic and practice-oriented. Sometimes I got a little overwhelmed by the densely packed amount of information leaving me asking the question how to transfer the knowledge written in the book to my personal PhD activities. I suggest complementary reading to delve deeper into areas like research design and methods.

All in all I highly recommend this book to every PhD student.
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HASH(0x95093258) von 5 Sternen The Unwritten Rules We Should All Know! 5. Januar 2014
Von Nick Del Grosso - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Thank you for this well-written and understandable book! As a PhD student who is constantly frustrated for not understanding the reasons and rules that his colleagues and supervisors follow, this book has helped tremendously, boosting my confidence and helping me to navigate the waters of academia. It was interesting, fun, and insightful to read. Thank you!
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HASH(0x9509354c) von 5 Sternen Extremely helpful, highly recommended. 4. Juni 2014
Von Jonathan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I haven't finished reading this book yet but I'm halfway through and wish I'd found it earlier. Very clearly written in an informal and engaging style, and absolutely jam-packed with useful advice - I'm finding myself highlighting something from virtually every paragraph I read!

Having completed an MA this information rings very true, and I can now understand a lot of what my supervisor was telling me that didn't make a lot of sense at the time. Given what I've got from this book, I think I would have been able to produce a more streamlined and clearly academic dissertation if I had the chance to do it again. Now I'm planning to start a PhD, and this is a very helpful substitute for the cup of coffee with an experienced researcher that the authors recommend so frequently.

Well worth the purchase for anyone contemplating doing higher-level research - this would be just as useful for a student starting a postgraduate diploma or master's dissertation.

Two thumbs up, no hesitation.
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HASH(0x950935ac) von 5 Sternen Unwritten rules now written. 6. September 2012
Von Stephen Kendall-Jones - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A great insight into the undercurrent of doing a PhD, Explores the things that can pull you under (to continue the metaphor) if you are not aware of them. An easy read, too!
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