The Research Journal: A Reflective Tool for Your First Independent Research Project

Autor Barbara Bassot
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 18 mar 2020
Students embarking on their first serious research project often feel at sea. They know what they want to learn, but they don’t yet know how to go about it. The Research Journal is here to help. Offering a systematic but flexible framework, Barbara Bassot here helps students learn to reflect at a deeper level about all aspects of their research, develop their arguments and ideas, process each part of their project in order and on a manageable schedule, and consider and confront challenges that may emerge. Featuring key definitions, helpful tips, and effective exercises, and designed to get students into the habit of using a research journal and thereby to help them succeed with their projects, The Research Journal will be invaluable for students across the social sciences.
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ISBN-13: 9781447352785
ISBN-10: 1447352785
Pagini: 192
Dimensiuni: 159 x 235 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: Bristol University Press
Colecția Policy Press

Notă biografică

Barbara Bassot is a senior lecturer in the Centre for Career and Personal Development at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.


Part 1 The Research Process Step by Step Theme 1 Journal writing Theme 2 Making a good start Theme 3 Time management Theme 4 Reading Theme 5 Getting to grips with difficult terminology Theme 6 Ethics Theme 7 Support and feedback Theme 8 Research managemen


“An accessible book to guide students through the research project cycle with prompts and examples to encourage and capture thinking, which aids learning and reflection during the project and beyond.”

"This research journal is essential reading. It is an invaluable tool for graduate students undertaking their first research project, and I would recommend it to all my dissertation students."

"A refreshingly pragmatic book packed with ideas and directions that students embarking on their first research project will find incredibly valuable."