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How to tame your PhD By Inger Mewburn
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In this short book Dr. Inger Mewburn, founder and editor of The Thesis Whisperer blog, shares her secrets for becoming a more productive researcher and writer. Inger finished her award-winning PhD in... More > three years - despite having a small child, husband and demanding academic job. This book is a selection of her blog posts on thesis writing, which have been re-edited and expanded. This book introduces you to Inger's most important success strategies for getting your PhD finished and acts a companion to The Thesis Whisperer blog.< Less
Things I wish I'd known when I was studying for a PhD By Karen Rodham
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This little book was put together to help PhD students navigate the doctoral process.
Becoming a Linguist: Essays from Courses at Diploma, MSc. and PHD Level. By Douglas Ponton
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Sometimes teachers of English as a Foreign Language are beset by doubts over the relevance of Linguistic theory to their daily activities in the classroom. This book charts the author’s... More > progress through various stages of engagement with the disciplines of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics; from essays on aspects of Classroom Methodology such as Error Correction and the teaching of Conversation Skills, through more theoretical subjects like Conversation Analysis, Critical Discourse Analysis, Systemic Functional Linguistics and Corpus Linguistics. By assembling these essays from different chronological points in his development as a budding linguist, the author has conveyed a developmental feeling to the work, which should offer material for reflection for anyone currently considering how best to further their professional development.< Less
Paris Hotel Market Study By Dr. Philip Gordon, PhD
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HOTEL MARKET ANALYSIS: Why Paris? At first glance, the Forbes Traveler “60- Most Visited Attractions List” confirms several tourist industry truisms: A) People love to travel, but they... More > prefer to stick within their own borders. B) Wherever Mickey Mouse goes, he conquers! C) Paris is the unofficial cultural theme park of the world…” - Forbes Magazine, April 2007. Top 60 Worldwide Tourist Destinations – 18 are in France. This study provides an comprehensive analysis of Paris Hotel Market, detailed and fact-filled! Area-by-Area, Occupancy Trends, Rates, Revenue Projections, Improvement Projects and Infrastructure and Recommendations for Hotel Acquisition and Development.< Less
James Howison's Ph.D. dissertation: Alone Together By James Howison
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This Ph.D. dissertation, from Syracuse University School of Information Studies, presents evidence that the production of Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS) is far more alone than together; it is... More > far more often individual work done “in company”, than it is teamwork.< Less
James Howison's Ph.D. dissertation: Alone Together By James Howison
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This Ph.D. dissertation, from Syracuse University School of Information Studies, presents evidence that the production of Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS) is far more alone than together; it is... More > far more often individual work done “in company”, than it is teamwork.< Less
The Anthropological Theory of the Didactical (ATD) - Peer reviewed papers from a PhD course By Department of Science Education University of Copenhagen
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IND's skriftserie nr. 20. This book presents the products of a doctoral course held in Copenhagen from January to June, 2010. Its aim was to introduce a new and exciting direction in research on... More > educational subjects: the anthropological theory of didactics, founded by the French didactician Y. Chevallard (cf. 1985). While the aims of the theory have developed and expanded over the years (cf. Bosch and Gascón, 2006), the institutional perspective on knowledge has remained central to its objective. This means that the theory aims to study human practices and discourses as phenomena profoundly linked to the institutions that frame, enable, and constrain them.< Less
Introduction to Biblical Studies By James E. Smith, Ph.D,
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An introduction to the basic tools and vocabulary for biblical research together with a chronological overview of the entire Bible. Designed as an introductory course for Freshmen in Bible college.... More > Research assignments included.< Less
A Theological Study of The Book of Romans By Arch Bishop D.A. Miller, D.D. Ph.D.
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Paul addressed the Book of Romans to both Jews and Gentiles, even though Rome was primarily a Gentile city. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that most believers in the churches at Rome were... More > Gentiles. The reason that this was important is that the Judaizers continued to infiltrate the local churches and Paul was determined to stop their false message of adding law-keeping to grace from taking root, and to demonstrate that the Gospel is for all, Jews and Gentiles.< Less
A Theological Study In I John By Arch Bishop D.A. Miller, D.D. Ph.D.
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John’s name means “whom Jehovah loves” and seems to be appropriate for this apostle. His experience with Christ corresponds to this meaning and he even calls himself “the... More > apostle whom Jesus loved.” (John 13:23) John’s parents were Jewish believers. His mother followed Jesus and ministered to Him. His mother was at the Cross and was among those who went to anoint the body of Christ for burial. John was not a poor person, as some suppose, since his family owned a ship and were prosperous enough to hire servants. John was the youngest of the disciples that Jesus called, but was, nevertheless, a part of the “inner circle” of Christ. John wrote five books of the New Testament: The Gospel of John, I, II and III John and The Book of Revelation. John became a major influence in the life of the early Church as the pastor of the church at Jerusalem and later in Ephesus. He was a man of doctrine and wisdom.< Less