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Postgraduate study in Australia : surviving and succeeding / edited by Christopher McMaster, Caterina Murphy, Benjamin Whitburn and Inger Mewburn.

Contributor(s): McMaster, Christopher (Christopher Todd) [editor.] | Murphy, Caterina [editor.] | Whitburn, Ben [editor.] | Mewburn, Inger [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Peter Lang, 2017Description: xvi, 249 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781433141621 (pbk.); 9781433141614 (hbk.).Subject(s): Universities and colleges -- Australia -- Graduate work | Research -- AustraliaDDC classification: 378.155 POS
Contents:
Pt. 1. Postgrads at work Ch. 1. Red pen blues : dealing with rejection and critical feedback /​ Clare Rhoden Ch. 2. An academic apprenticeship : publishing during doctoral candidature /​ Courtenay Atwell and Jenny Buchan Ch. 3. A word to the wise about creating a thesis including publications /​ Lara Corr Ch. 4. Three-minute thesis competition : ready, set, go! /​ Haiyan Liang Ch. 5. You do not have to be the next great Australian writer : battling the creative thesis /​ Alexia Champion Ch. 6. Teaching as a strategic choice /​ Federico Davila and Walter Reinhardt Ch. 7. Playing, moving and shifting : finding your academic voice /​ Sharon McDonough Pt. 2. Learning important lessons Ch. 8. From wagyu steak to 2-minute noodles : surviving the financial downturn of a PhD /​ Peiya Wang Ch. 9. Who am I? Surviving the battle of the roles /​ Bessie Stone Ch. 10. Parenting through a PhD /​ Quinn Eades Ch. 11. How to become a researcher : developmental opportunities on campus and beyond /​ Lilia Mantai Ch. 12. Surviving your supervisors : how I learned to stop worrying and love the thesis /​ Eliza Howard Ch. 13. Stereotypes and self-belief : the perpetual student and the 'false finish' dilemma /​ Benjamin Hayward Ch. 14. Where did it all go wrong? Ethical dilemmas of a murdered research participant /​ Anne Ferguson Pt. 3. Grounded in Oz : honouring indigeneity Ch. 15. Our mob are researchers too! The story of an Aboriginal researcher seeking new paradigms /​ Marnee Shay Ch. 16. Die, brain demons, die! The internal monologue of an Aboriginal researcher /​ Melitta Hogarth Ch. 17. Learning to become a storyteller : breaking the cycle of academic colonialism /​ Rebecca H. Bilous Pt. 4. Supporting student needs and student aspirations Ch. 18. Validating your access card : how to strive beyond equality to equity (or something close enough) /​ Gabrielle Hodge Ch. 19. Treading the tricky terrain of disclosure /​ Georgia Geller Ch. 20. What limits should not define : achieving in postgraduate study with a disability or impairment /​ Brian R. Basham Ch. 21. An entrepreneurial roadmap to managing postgraduate stress /​ Bronwyn Elizabeth Eager Ch. 22. It's your body : maintaining chronic wellness during a doctorate /​ Katie Buckley Pt. 5. Backpacks and books Ch. 23. Where's my comfort zone? Reflections of two Aussie researchers abroad /​ Kate Neely and Ben Whitburn Ch. 24. Fieldwork in far-flung places /​ Nicole Dicker Ch. 25. Dancing the postgrad tango : flourishing in the online university environment /​ Carolyn Leslie Ch. 26. It should not be a lonely journey : being an international student in Australia /​ Khoi Ngoc Mai.
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Pt. 1. Postgrads at work
Ch. 1. Red pen blues : dealing with rejection and critical feedback /​ Clare Rhoden
Ch. 2. An academic apprenticeship : publishing during doctoral candidature /​ Courtenay Atwell and Jenny Buchan
Ch. 3. A word to the wise about creating a thesis including publications /​ Lara Corr
Ch. 4. Three-minute thesis competition : ready, set, go! /​ Haiyan Liang
Ch. 5. You do not have to be the next great Australian writer : battling the creative thesis /​ Alexia Champion
Ch. 6. Teaching as a strategic choice /​ Federico Davila and Walter Reinhardt
Ch. 7. Playing, moving and shifting : finding your academic voice /​ Sharon McDonough
Pt. 2. Learning important lessons
Ch. 8. From wagyu steak to 2-minute noodles : surviving the financial downturn of a PhD /​ Peiya Wang
Ch. 9. Who am I? Surviving the battle of the roles /​ Bessie Stone
Ch. 10. Parenting through a PhD /​ Quinn Eades
Ch. 11. How to become a researcher : developmental opportunities on campus and beyond /​ Lilia Mantai
Ch. 12. Surviving your supervisors : how I learned to stop worrying and love the thesis /​ Eliza Howard
Ch. 13. Stereotypes and self-belief : the perpetual student and the 'false finish' dilemma /​ Benjamin Hayward
Ch. 14. Where did it all go wrong? Ethical dilemmas of a murdered research participant /​ Anne Ferguson
Pt. 3. Grounded in Oz : honouring indigeneity
Ch. 15. Our mob are researchers too! The story of an Aboriginal researcher seeking new paradigms /​ Marnee Shay
Ch. 16. Die, brain demons, die! The internal monologue of an Aboriginal researcher /​ Melitta Hogarth
Ch. 17. Learning to become a storyteller : breaking the cycle of academic colonialism /​ Rebecca H. Bilous
Pt. 4. Supporting student needs and student aspirations
Ch. 18. Validating your access card : how to strive beyond equality to equity (or something close enough) /​ Gabrielle Hodge
Ch. 19. Treading the tricky terrain of disclosure /​ Georgia Geller
Ch. 20. What limits should not define : achieving in postgraduate study with a disability or impairment /​ Brian R. Basham
Ch. 21. An entrepreneurial roadmap to managing postgraduate stress /​ Bronwyn Elizabeth Eager
Ch. 22. It's your body : maintaining chronic wellness during a doctorate /​ Katie Buckley
Pt. 5. Backpacks and books
Ch. 23. Where's my comfort zone? Reflections of two Aussie researchers abroad /​ Kate Neely and Ben Whitburn
Ch. 24. Fieldwork in far-flung places /​ Nicole Dicker
Ch. 25. Dancing the postgrad tango : flourishing in the online university environment /​ Carolyn Leslie
Ch. 26. It should not be a lonely journey : being an international student in Australia /​ Khoi Ngoc Mai.

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