Deconstructing Doctoral Discourses Stories and Strategies for Success

This book identifies and challenges assumptions about the doctorate and the discourses associated with it. The editors and contributors subvert and transform the de facto assumptions that frame the ways in which 'the doctorate' is spoken and written, and thus underpin approaches to plannin...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Mulligan, Deborah L. (Editor), Ryan, Naomi (Editor), Danaher, Patrick Alan (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2022, 2022
Edition:1st ed. 2022
Series:Palgrave Studies in Education Research Methods
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 16. Long-Range Impact through Slow Reverberation: Narratives about Mature-Aged Scholars and Making a Contribution
  • Chapter 17. My Doctoral Journey in India: A Transformational Opportunity to Know Myself
  • Chapter 18. The Doctoral Viva: Defence or Celebration?
  • Chapter 19. Beyond the Dissertation Manuscript: A Duoethnography of the Elucidation of Doctoral Researcher Agency. Chapter 20. Doctoral Discourses: The Journey – Past, Present and Beyond
  • Chapter 7. Experiencing the Thesis and its Multiple Strategies in the Start-Up Ecosystemin Montréal, Canada
  • Chapter 8. Deconstructing the “Ph” in “PhD”
  • Chapter 9. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Completing a Thesis by Publication
  • Chapter 10. Incorporating Agile Principles in Completing and Supervising a Thesis by Publication
  • Chapter 11. Persistent Myths about Dissertation Writing and One Proven Way of Breaking Free of Their Spell
  • Chapter 12. Cracking through the Wall to Let the Light in: Disrupting Dominant Doctoral Discourses through Collaborative Autoethnography
  • Chapter 13. Alone but Not Lonely: The Joys of Finding Your Online Doctoral Writing Tribe
  • Chapter 14. A Doctoral Experience from a Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Perspective
  • Chapter 15. Horizontal Leadership and Shared Power: Developing Agency and Identity through Connected Pedagogy in a Writing Circle at an Australian University
  • Chapter 1. Disrupting Dominant Discourses and Celebrating Counternarratives: Sustaining Success for Doctoral Students and Supervisors
  • Chapter 2. Mobilising the Discursive Power of “Original and Significant Contributions to Knowledges by Doctoral Students: Nuancing Narratives of Australian Historiographies, Japanese Environmental Policy-Making and Australian Show Children’s Education
  • Chapter 3. “I’m an Anthropologist, Damn It!”: Reflections on the Challenges to the Ethical Authenticity of My Research
  • Chapter 4. Ethical Doctoral Advisor–Student Relationships in the United States: Uncovering Unknown Expectations and Actions
  • Chapter 5. Proven Best Practices in Guiding Non-Traditional Dissertation Students to Degree Conferral in the United States
  • Chapter 6. On the Need for Women’s Alliances in the Gendered Spaces of Doctoral Programs and Academia: An Account of Challenges and Strategies