Postscript: Reflections on submitting a PhD
March 16, 2016
Author: Steven Lucas Having just submitted my PhD research, this blog has offered an opportunity to reflect on that process and share something of my research experiences. When I put down the PhD, War and Peace came to hand and placed my delusions of epic length in to perspective. I can’t resist sharing the …
The UoN Post Graduate Children and Childhood Network: A Space for Sharing.
February 17, 2016
Author: Helen Woods I started my PhD programme in 2014 after a career in social work with young people and their families. I’d kind of assumed my work experience would set me up for researching the experiences of children and young people. While this has been the case, I wasn’t entirely prepared for the rigor …
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