“Excellent book for a doctoral and/or orientation program.”
“The inclusion of the author’s personal anecdotes brings the text to the student in a friendly manner.”
“The activities to help students conceptualize the major elements of an effective proposal will be well received by graduate students at the master’s and doctoral levels.”
“After reading MANY books on the dissertation process, I was still as confused and frustrated as before reading them, as they were not very helpful. Most of them just broadly mention the content of the chapters without going into details. Fortunately, I came across the reference for your book, How to Design, Write and Present a Successful Dissertation Proposal. I was amazed. I am gaining so much insight on the process of writing the proposal. I like your approach in this book.
This is a great text for geography graduate students. It provided the framework for my graduate course on research and writing and is a great source for class exercises that I successfully implemented in my course.
I teach a methods course for doctoral students. This book was very appropriate for students this semester.
Practical and helpful for students moving into dissertation stage
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