This book aims to tell the story of the development of generic research skills training and its wide-ranging impact on the UK research degree. It examines the politics of skills training and its implications for academic culture as well as providing essential support and advice for practitioners and policy makers through examples of best practise.Paradigms are ideas within a subject area that appear to stand the test of time, are held dear by the profession and ... The Roberts report (Roberts 2002) summarizes that a#39;skills acquired by PhD graduates do not serve their long-term needs.
|Title||:||Skills Training in Research Degree Programmes|
|Author||:||Richard Hinchcliffe, Tony Bromley, Steve Hutchinson|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2007-08-01|