Planning Your Postgraduate Research provides researchers with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully accomplish milestones during the early stages of research activity. Specifically, it assists researchers in developing a skill set that includes developing a research question, writing the literature review, choosing a methodology, and creating a research proposal.
1. Introducing Research
2. Selecting a Topic, Formulating a Research Question, and Developing a Conceptual Framework
3. Gathering and Evaluating Relevant Literature
4. Writing the Literature Review
5. Defining a Research Methodology
6. Creating a Research Proposal
7. Looking Ahead to Next Steps
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Margaret Walshaw is Coordinator of the Professional Doctoral programme and Co-Director of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education at Massey University, New Zealand. She is the author of Getting to Grips with Doctoral Research.
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