Most students in doctoral programs proceed through the steps with only a vague understanding of what a dissertation is or what is involved in getting one. Having a sense of typical issues, you will be ready for what lies ahead for you.
This book will probably be useful to read in two ways:
• first, as a quick read—offering an overview of “the terrain” and an explanation of all the steps in the process of writing a dissertation;
• second, as ready reference—providing a step-by-step guide to creating your committee, writing your proposal, and preparing for your oral defense, for example.
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