Being Bright Is Not Enough: The Unwritten Rules of Doctoral Study ebook
by Peggy Hawley
Peggy Hawley knows," could be the simple interpretation of this advice guide for those in pursuit of the terminal degree. It is not a monolithic task
Peggy Hawley knows," could be the simple interpretation of this advice guide for those in pursuit of the terminal degree. I expect that, like me, many doctoral learners will approach this book with some hubris. It is not a monolithic task. A finely tuned understanding of the different elements-topic selection, chair, committee and you, writing the proposal, your dissertation and its defense, et. will lend insights that should help any student to optimize time and effort, and maximize results. For me the lessons are doubly prescient as I attempt to stop my slide from E. to ABD.
Being Bright Is Not E. .What has been added are details and reactions in light of experiences of the intervening years.
On a year-long sabbatical leave I interviewed hundreds of doctoral students and dozens of professors across the nation
The details and reactions in light of experiences of the intervening years have been updated and expanded. This particularly interesting book is written from a student advocacy perspective, intended to speak to non-traditional students as well as those typical of past generations. On a year-long sabbatical leave I interviewed hundreds of doctoral students and dozens of professors across the nation. Then as professor emeritus, I finally found the time to put my thoughts into words.
What has been added are details and reactions in light of experiences of the intervening years.
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has been cited by the following article . A key skill for doctoral students is that of scholarly writing that Aitchison (2009) argues is often difficult to teach, with students unclear about the standards required for doctoral work.
has been cited by the following article: TITLE: To Publish or Not to Publish before Submission? Considerations for Doctoral Students and Supervisors. One benchmark of standards of academic literacy is published outputs, with Kamler (2008) pressing for greater pedagogical attention to be given to writing for publication within doctoral education.
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The Unwritten Rules of Doctoral Study. Published May 1993 by . Robed figures stand in a scraggly line, gowns flapping about their knees and mortarboard tassels fluttering like corn silk in the spring breeze.
Being bright is not enough: the unwritten rules of doctoral study. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero. Dana University of Pennsylvania ‘17, Course Hero Intern.
Being Bright Is Not Enough: The Unwritten Rules of Doctoral Study by Peggy Hawley. Springfield, Il. Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 1993. Be forewarned and forearmed! Taking on a program of doctoral study can be a heady venture, striking at not only the mind, but the heart and the will. Many take the plunge. Too few, however, follow through with finesse and culminate the routine, having converted promise into fulfillment. So writes Professor Emeritus Hawley in what she heralds as a literary mentor for doctoral students in divergent disciplines. Indeed, this book's subject matter is grist for graduate faculty attention as well.