Insights from When Things Go Wrong
Edited by Keith Townsend and Mark N.K. Saunders
Chapter 7: Coming up with a research question: opinions, feedback and networking
Many doctoral students live a difficult period while defining their research question. The broadness of initial thoughts often leads to an ocean of information. The process of learning how to select proper information and networking within their research field is a key to developing a proper research question.
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