Table of contents for Surviving your thesis / edited by Suzan Burton, Peter Steane.

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ChapterTopicAuthor/sForeword: Resilience in doing a thesisPeter Steane and and Suzan BurtonPart 1: Preparation for the thesis and early stages1Is a thesis right for youYvon Dufour2An international perspective on thesesPeter Burgess and Tony Adams3Choosing a topic/supervisorSuzan Burton Yiming TangPeter Steane 4Developing a research proposalRichard Dunford5Ethical Issues in researchPeter Steane6Resource Issues in undertaking postgraduate researchRuth NeumannPart II: Operational Issues and Medium Stage7The Motivational JourneyPaul Nesbit8Learning to Learn: Lessons from Ancient Chinese ProverbsYiming Tang9The Literature ReviewPeter Steane10Quantitative Research and AnalysisSuzan BurtonSuzan Burton SuSu11Qualitative ResearchLee Parker12Writing the ThesisPeter Steane and Suzan Burton13Common Problems and Potential solutionsSuzan Burton and Peter SteanePart III: Submission and the later stages14Advice from the examinersPeter BergquistSuzan Burton Peter 15Responding to CriticismJohn Matthews16Preparing your work for publicationJames Guthrie, Lee Parker and Rob Gray

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dissertations, Academic