International Journal of Doctoral Studies (2012) (Volume 7)

International Journal of Doctoral Studies (2012) (Volume 7)
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  • International Journal of Doctoral Studies (2012) (Volume 7)

    Paperback: 420 pages

  • Publisher: Informing Science Press (December 19, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1932886540
  • ISBN-13: 978-1932886542
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 7.8 x 1 inches
Volume 7, 2012 
Printable Table of Contents: IJDS, Volume 7, 2012
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Editor’s Preface
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My World Is Not My Doctoral Program…Or Is It?: Female Students’ Perceptions of Well-Being
1 - 17
Educating Knowledgeable and Skilled Researchers in Doctoral Programs in Schools of Education: A New Model
19 - 37
Using Contextual Constructs Model to Frame Doctoral Research Methodology
39 - 62
The Part-Time Doctoral Student Experience
63 - 78
The Role of Scholar Status in the Academic Publication Process
79 - 92
Academic Pathways to University Leadership: Presidents’ Descriptions of Their Doctoral Education
93 - 124
From One Culture to Another: Years One and Two of Graduate School for African American Women in the STEM Fields
125 - 142
Selecting a Research Topic: A Framework for Doctoral Students
143 - 152
Who are the Job Seekers? Explaining Unemployment among Doctoral Recipients
153 - 166
Identifying Effects of Institutional Resources and Support on Computing Faculty Research Productivity, Tenure, and Promotion
167 - 198
Hearing their Voices: Factors Doctoral Candidates Attribute to their Persistence
199 - 219
Equity Theory Based Strategies for Students on Overcoming Problems in Ph.D. Dissertation Committees
221 - 234
Using Education Informatics to Improve Library Services to Doctoral Students: An Embedded Approach
235 - 244
Should Online Doctoral Instructors Adopt Audio Feedback as an Instructional Strategy? Preliminary Evidence
245 - 258
Motivation, Satisfaction, and Innate Psychological Needs
259 - 277
Doctoral Students’ Perceptions of Characteristics of Effective College Teachers: A Mixed Analysis
279 - 309
Navigating the Doctoral Experience: The Role of Social Support in Successful Degree Completion
311 - 329
The Employment Status of Doctoral Recipients: An Exploratory Study in the Netherlands
331 - 348
Relationships among Attitudes, Coping Strategies, and Achievement in Doctoral-Level Statistics Courses: A Mixed Research Study
349 - 375
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Socialization
377 - 394
Exploring the Fit between Doctoral Students’ and Supervisors’ Perceptions of Resources and Challenges vis-à-vis the Doctoral Journey
395 - 414

 

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