The Emerging Researcher

The Emerging Researcher

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Divided into three parts, this resource first expands on the origin and implementation of the Emerging Researcher Program (ERP), complemented by critical reflections of the programa€™s first four years. The second and third parts examine the seminar and supervision training programs that constitute core ERP business. These latter selections are based on material developed for and presented at seminars and workshops. Participants in the ERP will gain insight into many program details and understand it as an adaptable model to address many situations both within South Africa and in the broader African context.Introduction and conclusion The Introduction and Conclusion to a thesis are crucial (as they are in all scholarly ... as a guide in writing the thesis and, in the case of the Conclusion, it helps keep the thesis focused on the likely outcomes of ... In some disciplines the reference list should contain only those works actually cited in the thesis. 4. Thesis abstract The student is required to include a self- standing abstract of the thesis, which should not exceed 350 words or one page for a PhD.

Title:The Emerging Researcher
Author: John W. De Gruchy, Lyn Holness
Publisher:Juta and Company Ltd - 2007-01-01

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