Monthly Archives: October 2014

Might Students in Germany and England see university differently?

Viva Voce Podcasts cross-posts with SAGE’s Social Science Space (http://www.socialsciencespace.com/), and I was asked to blog a bit about the background and rationale to my PhD… I’ve been looking at education all over the world for almost fifteen years now. I started … Continue reading

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What was read, but can’t be read?

A blog, but unlike the others… The challenge: provide a jargon-free insight into your research in less than four minutes! The link below is for something I recorded a few weeks ago for the Viva Voce Podcast website. I heard about it shortly … Continue reading

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The last year of the PhD…and out of the other side

This was initially posted by the Bristol Doctoral College (http://bdc.bris.ac.uk/) as part of their current series ‘A Year in the Life of a PhD’… The last year of my doctorate presented challenges far beyond the intellectual. I started a part-time … Continue reading

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