Dissertation Field Guide

Dissertation/research textbook for doctoral students.


DISSERTATION FIELD GUIDE coaches readers in the development of a sound plan for proposing and conducting an applied research study. The text identifies areas of the proposal and dissertation process that are challenging for students and offers tools and techniques for addressing those issues. Each chapter includes skill-based exercises and task-oriented aids that help learners to work effectively and efficiently. Throughout the text practical guidelines and examples are provided to help doctoral students navigate the dissertation writing process.

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Heitner, K. L.
Sherman, K. C.
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Dissertation Field Guide
Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
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Tuesday, July 8, 2014
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San Diego, CA
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ISBN-10: 1621780996; ISBN-13: 978-1-62178-099-1
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