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^DOWNLOAD ☞ Thesis Survivor Stories: Practical Advice on Getting Through Your PhD or Masters Thesis ⇧ Whether you re toiling through the depths of thesis research, about to embark on further study or supervising others on the journey, thesestories will entertain and inspire At times humorous, poignant and uplifting, there s plenty to learn from the struggles and success of those who survived a thesis to tell the tale The real world advice and hundreds of tips and tricks will help you make the most of this significant stage of your life Contents Introduction Marilyn Waring and Kate Kearins Acknowledgements PhD Permanent hair damage Permanent head damage Hishamuddin Mohd Hashim Sam Bachelor s, Master s, PhD Continuous study and its advantages and disadvantages Helen Tregidga Being a student again Christine Byrch Jabasi Kusaihan Man Rob Lock Approaching autobiography in thesis research George Gair Talanoa in the Cook Islands Repeta Puna What was the question again Greg Coyle Stress about PhD or PhD about stress Mark Le Fevre Supervision and super vision Reflections on the supervision experience Adreanne Ormond Maintaining momentum to publish and finish in three years almost Belinda Luke Reflexivity on getting there Ruth Choudharey Managing a project, becoming obsessed, and getting through Paul Wells Managing project PhD in mid life Karen Webster Fencing off the black hole Julienne Molineaux Pushing the boundaries Too far for some David Harris The importance of sharing experiences when completing a PhD Riri Ellis Patience is a virtue Mireille Mimi Johnson Postgraduate study in my second language Chanthana Peddy Wech o sotsakda Navigating the competing worlds and lived realities of a PhD candidate Michelle Schaaf Journey into te reo M ori Karen Webster The nine myths of the doctorate A beautiful conspiracy Nicky Black AppendixSummary of useful advice AppendixBooks about thesis writing Professor Kate Kearins completed her PhD infocusing on power relations in local government Since, she has reoriented much of her research towards business engagement with sustainability Kate has authored overacademic papers, with thanof these appearing in refereed journals on an eclectic mix of management, organisational and accounting topics She favours interpretive and critical approaches, with an emphasis on discourse, textual and case based methods She has been joint recipient of several international awards for case research and won the AUT Vice Chancellor s award for Excellence in Research Supervision inDr Marilyn Waring is known internationally for her groundbreaking work in political economy, development assistance and human rights, and for her classic work, Counting for Nothing what men value and what women are worth In New Zealand she is a distinguished public intellectual, a leading feminist thinker, and an environmentalist She servedterms in New Zealand s parliament after election at the age of twenty three Professor Waring works in the Institute of Public Policy at AUT University, focusing on the supervision of post graduate theses She has been a Member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the Councils of Creative New Zealand and Massey University, the QEII National Trust, the Institute of Judicial Studies, and is a member of the Boards of the Association of Women in Development AWID and the Canadian Index of Well Being