Monthly Archives: May 2013

How To Set (And Stick To) A Daily Writing Goal

The author Jeff Goins wrote that it is more valuable to write for just 30 minutes each day than five hours on a Saturday.  Completing your dissertation is a job.  It is work that requires discipline.  There are three ways … Continue reading

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Do Not Write Another Word!

Before you look at your proposal again, make sure you have done these three things: Get a template Working on content in one section will spur new ideas.  When this happens, you will have a readily available holding place built … Continue reading

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Why DissertationRx?

The idea behind DissertationRx is to create the kind of support I received when my own dissertation lagged almost to the point of having to take additional coursework or even abandonment. The research indicates that somewhere around 50% of grad … Continue reading

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Qualitative Research Book

Jill:  Great post.  I highly recommend “Qualitative Research from Start to Finish” by Dr. Robert K Yin (2011) from Guilford Press.  It’s a great road map for the qualitative scholar!

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Are You Using the Right Research Methodology? Five Qualitative Approaches

Maybe you decided to perform a qualitative study for a deeper and more hands-on understanding than facts and figures alone.  Maybe a qualitative study fits better with your purpose statement.  Maybe you simply prefer a good story to scores of … Continue reading

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