Carving out qualifications: mastering Ph.D. problems in post-graduate gender & sexuality study

Tiffany Jones, Alison Rahn, Lucille Kerr, Paulina Ezer, Mandy Henningham, Andrea del Pozo de Bolger, Chloe Parkinson, Jessica Ison

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    Abstract

    This book chapter considers the difficulties of studying gender and sexualities and gain qualifications. It recalls eight individuals’ current and past experiences as higher degree research (HDR) students— including honours, Masters and Ph.D. candidates and other academics. It first reviews the literature on working in this area and second provides a series of individuals’ most difficult experiences of being an HDR in gender and sexuality (G&S) research, and how they creatively overcame key obstacles. The chapter concludes by drawing together key learning from the literature and the HDR learning experiences, which can be applied when studying gender and sexuality topics.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUplifting gender and sexuality education research
    EditorsTiffany Jones, Leanne Coll, Lisa van Leent, Yvette Taylor
    Place of PublicationCham, Switzerland
    PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
    Chapter10
    Pages233-256
    Number of pages24
    ISBN (Electronic)9783030242053
    ISBN (Print)9783030242046
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Aug 2019

    Publication series

    NamePalgrave Studies in Gender and Education
    PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
    ISSN (Print)2524-6445
    ISSN (Electronic)2524-6453

    Keywords

    • gender
    • sexuality
    • postgraduate
    • research
    • studies
    • qualifications
    • PhD
    • Masters
    • Honours
    • education
    • aging
    • health
    • psychology
    • curriculum
    • intersex
    • students
    • problem
    • solving
    • supervision
    • supervisor
    • literature

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