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'Strategies for collecting 'good' data'


#pdhchat tweet log - 13th February 2013


@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:28:50) - Welcome to #phdchat - topic for tonight is 'strategies for collecting 'good' data'. #phd #highered #doctorate #academia (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:29:38) - Peculiar question. What is 'data' anyway? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:30:04) - Research is a very complex and sophisticated process - how data is to be gathered depends largely on research questions/theme...? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:30:37) - Anybody can collect 'data' but how can we ensure that we are collecting 'good' data? What does 'good' data look like? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:31:26) - @peripsyches ~ I work on the basis that 'data' for me is 'anything which helps me to answer/explore' my research questions. #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:33:04) - @NSRiazat So then theories and books are data? I guess your definition of data is a little bit more narrow than that? :-) #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 19:33:04) - @NSRiazat But how do we know it's 'good data'? Do the criteria 2 use depend on if they R qual or quan? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:33:25) - A pilot study helped to sort out which data collection methods needed refining before I went on to use them for the main study #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:34:13) - @peripsyches ~ using books and theories as secondary data. Primary data was mainly narrative for my study. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:35:43) - @peripsyches ~ a lot of my 'data' seems to be tied up in tacit knowledge - reading around if its possible to make tacit explicit #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 19:35:51) - And if interviews R say primary data, can background documents etc be classified as secondary data? #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:36:18) - @peripsyches @nsriazat Some disciplines might be more comfortable with term "data" than others. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:36:35) - @LBA_OX12 ~ - don't think there is a set criteria. A lot depends on whether it answers research Q's and was collected ethically. #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:36:54) - @NSRiazat I have severe problems understanding your understanding of 'data' :-) #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:37:53) - However carefully we design the research it is rarely logical and straightforward #phdchat (original tweet)

@KtlnG (13/02/13 19:38:48) - @NSRiazat Pilot studies are a must! Will prevent you from losing valuable participants when you start your proper collections. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:38:52) - How did people choose their samples and was this as straightforward as you expected? #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:39:02) - #phdchat Can data still be good if research design flawed? (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:39:58) - @KtlnG ~ my pilot study really helped to crystalise the questions for the interviews and also to see initial responses. #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:40:16) - Data is latin and means "things that are given or offered". As I understand it, data is something you collect in order to ... #phdchat (original tweet)

@jennacondie (13/02/13 19:40:20) - Hi @NSRiazat Rrom a database related to another study, started strategically, ended opportunistically! #phdchat (original tweet)

@KtlnG (13/02/13 19:40:44) - @SarahLaneCawte I think so, but it will have major limitations associated with it or worse, could be useless #phdchat (original tweet)

@jonathangheaney (13/02/13 19:41:17) - Assistant Professor in Sociology, Trinity College Dublin (permanent-full-time) http://t.co/KyED1KAA #sociology #jobs #jobfairy #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:41:24) - Hard to have tight control over the outcomes of data - my sample was not representative enough initially #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:41:30) - ... find answers to questions and articulate new knowledge. A scientist is a person who goes and look, as George Miller once put it #phdchat (original tweet)

@jennacondie (13/02/13 19:41:32) - @nsriazat *From not Rrom :) #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 19:41:36) - @LBA_OX12 depends on methodology, actor network does not have primary or secondary data, whether from people or documents... #phdchat (original tweet)

@markhawker (13/02/13 19:42:07) - @NSRiazat I have a *logical* sample but that's no way my *physical* sample. Recruitment is proving incredibly difficult! #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:42:29) - Theories is what you use to make sense of data. Theories always transcend the data. #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:42:32) - @NSRiazat Case study: used some criteria from influential study to describe "ideal" case. 1 I liked best was ease of travel #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:43:07) - Anyone used observations/interviews/documentary analysis/focus groups to collect data? Any experiences to share? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:43:59) - @markhawker ~ good point re: sampe recruitment. Very challenging for me too - to get a wide and big enough sample voluntarily. #phdchat (original tweet)

@_erica_lewis (13/02/13 19:44:20) - #phdchat this question seems very dependent on your research philosophy & approach (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:44:28) - Perhaps, what makes 'good data' depends so much on subject matter and research interest that a general discussion is difficult? #phdchat (original tweet)

@jennacondie (13/02/13 19:44:57) - & with that I'm off;) RT @qui_oui#PhDchat RT @_WritingQuotes_: Being a good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet. (original tweet)

@ajwooff (13/02/13 19:45:12) - @NSRiazat rigorous, methodological, following pre- trialled methods, thinking thoroughly through reasons for Methods inform methods #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:45:19) - @_erica_lewis Agree. And subject matter, knowledge interest, method, discipline, and so on. #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:45:21) - @NSRiazat #phdchat Yes - used interviews, obs & focus gps. I love interviewing, partic children & yg ple. Semi-structured but time-limited. (original tweet)

@srossmktg (13/02/13 19:45:31) - Howdy people! What's the topic? (Help, I'm in LIMBO! Am I even allowed to participate in #phdchat? Or am I now #ecrchat?) #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 19:46:12) - @peripsyches that's too narrow for me, for me theories can also be data, in actor network, theories can be actors positioning othrs #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:46:19) - @MairLloyd Yes, of course. Hypothesis testing is one way of making sense of data, as I see it. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:46:26) - @NSRiazat - time for a coffee and biscuit break on #phdchat while the discussion heats up. :-)) (original tweet)

@rglweiner (13/02/13 19:46:50) - Actually working at home at a desk in a sunny warm office. This is a recipe for success! #phdchat #phdforum #writing #dissertation (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:47:11) - @srossmktg ~ always welcome on #phdchat :_) (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:47:22) - @ai1sa Really? But then you work with some meta-theoretical perspective, right? Or do you mean you work completely a-theoretical? #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 19:48:52) - @NSRiazat In the middle of interviewing now. Semi-structured. Really interesting. Transcribing's the hardest bit #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 19:48:53) - @peripsyches @nsriazat I wonder if that relates to method - data might also include published stats, experiment results, etc #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:49:09) - What about data analysis - any thoughts about data analysis? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:50:09) - @lizith ~ data appears to have a very wide meaning to different researchers depending on their individual research focus. #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 19:50:10) - @peripsyches it's the methodology I use, it doesn't do scale of meta or micro, and its both method and theory...more a sensibility #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 19:50:33) - @peripsyches but with some methodologies theory emerges from data #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 19:50:56) - @LBA_OX12 @nsriazat got 1st interview tomorrow afternoon and some more next week. Analysis should be good, transcribing not so fun #phdchat (original tweet)

@MairLloyd (13/02/13 19:51:01) - @peripsyches I mean sometimes you have the theory before collecting data and use the data to test it ... #phdchat (original tweet)

@MairLloyd (13/02/13 19:51:17) - @peripsyches ... ie not setting out to make sense of data but to use it to validate theory #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:51:24) - @NSRiazat #phdchat Recruitment of key person resulted from chat over dinner with friend - not abt research. Mutual contact opened door. Luck (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 19:51:39) - @lizith yes Liz, that's how it is in actor network theory #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 19:51:41) - @NSRiazat I didn't think it would be so difficult recruiting 20 participants #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 19:51:53) - @NSRiazat I would imagine analysis most interesting part, using nvivo #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 19:52:02) - @NSRiazat quite - which does make it difficult to talk about good data, except in context of specific studies #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:52:03) - @lizith @peripsyches ~ finding theory is emerging from my data (grounded theory) and using theories as secondary data. #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 19:52:51) - @dbaQ8 @nsriazat same here and I just have to interview 16, have 6 agreed so far #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:53:15) - @Paully232000 Transcribing not exactly fun but important 4 bringing u close 2 data. Feels like achievement once done :-) #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 19:54:19) - @SarahLaneCawte I agree that's why I wanted to do self and not pay others to do #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 19:54:48) - @NSRiazat @mairlloyd @peripsyches but we also use theory to provide a framework for understanding data - or do we? #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 19:55:32) - @lizith @peripsyches my literature review , theories on change, became data, used by actors to position other actors #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 19:55:49) - @peripsyches This is not always the case. Can't theory "come from" data? #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:55:50) - @Paully232000 @dbaQ8 ~ same - lots of tooing and froing recruiting participants. #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:55:52) - @NSRiazat Analysis exciting! Meaning is emerging. Mixed methods, so never dull. Plenty of variety in tasks. #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 19:56:32) - @dbaQ8 That, if anything, is "making sense of data" #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:57:03) - @SarahLaneCawte ~ agree - also looking at how arrived at conclusions using sections of data #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 19:57:28) - @SarahLaneCawte I'm MM 2. How have U planned 4 analysis? #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:57:40) - @Paully232000 Yup - also can become extremely expensive 2 pay others, and feels bit like cheating 2 me. This way it's all yrs. #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 19:58:55) - @NSRiazat I'm still waiting 4 my conclusions! Holding back as long as I can cos want whole picture. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 19:59:32) - I used a lot of field notes which also became part of the data in the final write up. #phdchat (original tweet)

@MairLloyd (13/02/13 19:59:46) - @lizith @NSRiazat @peripsyches I think there is truth in that too Liz - some circularity / iteration in research ... #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 20:00:39) - @lizith @NSRiazat @mairlloyd I thinkt that is what I mean with "making sense of" #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:00:57) - @NSRiazat used interviews. think I wud've had better data if started analyzing early instead of waiting till all intrvews completed #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:03:37) - @LBA_OX12 have distinct gps,so analysing accding 2 that. In education, so pupils, tchrs, headtchrs, governor data & in r qu order #phdchat (original tweet)

@MairLloyd (13/02/13 20:04:01) - @lizith @NSRiazat @peripsyches .. theory tries to make sense of previous experience/data - then use (possibly new) data to test ... #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 20:04:15) - @dbaQ8 ~ also used interviews but needed to go back after pilot to change 'language' to ensure meaning was clearer to participants #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:04:35) - @dbaQ8 Wd that have influenced how u conducted later interviews, tho? Wd that have mattered? #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:05:31) - @NSRiazat @dbaq8 I did that 2, esp 4 interviewing gps of children. Needed 2 be sure they understood language. #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 20:05:50) - @dbaQ8 @nsriazat I am going to analyse as I go along in case themes emerge not thought of for use in subseqnt intvws #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 20:06:12) - @MairLloyd @nsriazat @peripsyches doesn't testing theory depend on positivist approach? My research was not doing that #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 20:07:38) - @peripsyches ~ looking at leadership - some is 'tacit' knowledge 'actions/gestures and behaviour' as opposed to verbal/written. #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:07:45) - @Paully232000 But does this potentially mean yr interviews might be of different final value? Does that matter? #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 20:07:59) - @SarahLaneCawte @dbaq8 I adapted my schedule in later interviews because of emphasis emerging in early interviews #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:09:20) - @lizith Interesting 2 hear diff approaches. Was important 2 me that interviews were as consistent as possible across each gp. #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 20:09:54) - @Paully232000 @dbaQ8 @NSRiazat I think that it can only enhance the final report #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 20:10:38) - @SarahLaneCawte My concern 2 #phdchat (original tweet)

@lilylai (13/02/13 20:11:15) - Some positive feedback from supervisors on my latest chapter amendments - happy Lily! #phdchat (original tweet)

@lizith (13/02/13 20:11:44) - @SarahLaneCawte which reflects your ontological and epistemological positioning #phdchat (original tweet)

@DrLyndonWalker (13/02/13 20:11:56) - I often consult with researchers & phds too late. They collected their data badly & then there is nothing they can do with it #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 20:12:07) - Analysis and disucssion of data, by far, is the largest part of thesis and the most challenging to write. #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 20:12:52) - @dbaQ8 @NSRiazat use additional prompts in subsequent interviews, not changing the overall aim/semi structured schedule #phdchat (original tweet)

@DrLyndonWalker (13/02/13 20:13:06) - With any data collection and analysis "garbage in = garbage out". #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:13:50) - @LBA_OX12 Think deps on what research qus u r trying 2 ans.My app contrasts understanding of diff gps so need consist in each gp.#phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:14:41) - @NSRiazat a pilot study is very useful #phdchat (original tweet)

@Paully232000 (13/02/13 20:15:22) - @DrLyndonWalker I was told early on that some have seen data collection and analysis that doesnt entirely answer research questions #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:16:04) - @lizith Yes! :-) Any of these approaches is valid if it fulfils aims of answering yr qus in yr chosen methodology & yr theory #phdchat (original tweet)

@KirsteenG (13/02/13 20:16:38) - I found mixed methods (quan & qual) good. Survey & case studies for breadth & depth. Used doc analysis, interviews & focus groups #phdchat (original tweet)

@drwcarter (13/02/13 20:17:34) - Lent begins today. Can you commit to writing something on your dissertation for the next 40 days? #phdchat #phdforum #socphd (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 20:17:43) - @lizith @MairLloyd @nsriazat Not nessecarily. Don't confuse method with epistemology. #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:18:43) - @SarahLaneCawte I think yes. i think i wud have explored certain areas deeper #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:19:45) - @lizith @SarahLaneCawte Fantastic :) #phdchat (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:20:28) - @dbaQ8 Well, as they say, it's only a PhD! U can discuss limitations of study in 1 of yr chapters so it's all useful. #phdchat (original tweet)

@NSRiazat (13/02/13 20:25:39) - Thank you all for valued contributions to #phdchat tonight - wishing everyone a productive week. #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:25:47) - @NSRiazat absolutely, especially when QUAL data (in my case). making sense of large amount of QUAL data is very challenging #phdchat (original tweet)

@AshJones26 (13/02/13 20:28:06) - Missed #phdchat ! Gutted! (original tweet)

@SarahLaneCawte (13/02/13 20:28:30) - @NSRiazat Thank you for moderating. Always interesting 2 get the different approaches and perspectives.#phdchat (original tweet)

@AshJones26 (13/02/13 20:31:07) - Has anyone logged it? Would be grateful for the link? #phdchat (original tweet)

@dbaQ8 (13/02/13 20:34:21) - @NSRiazat Great topic tonight. Thanks #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 20:36:59) - @peripsyches @lizith @MairLloyd @nsriazat curious, how can they not be entwined? methodology/epistemology/ontology #phdchat (original tweet)

@LBA_OX12 (13/02/13 20:40:47) - @NSRiazat Really good session 2nite. Could we add data analysis 2 list of possible topics? #phdchat (original tweet)

@juliewintrup (13/02/13 20:43:01) - @LoisAliceStyles @annabelrule Brilliant to meet you today - exciting new clinical academic PhD journeys beginning! See @qui_oui #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 20:51:55) - @dbaQ8 yes a lot of data has to be left out, was told once that a good thesis is about what one cuts out as much as whats put in #phdchat (original tweet)

@peripsyches (13/02/13 20:52:41) - @ai1sa @lizith @MairLloyd @nsriazat They are, of course, but hypothesis testing is not necessarily positivism, or so I understand.#phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 20:53:18) - @Paully232000 @DrLyndonWalker and the question may change during the process, but when it does this needs to be explained #phdchat (original tweet)

@Fifino9 (13/02/13 20:56:12) - I find that process surprising Does this mean if I make changes I need to submit the changes to the insurance broker #phdchat #phdforum 4/6 (original tweet)

@peoplegogy (13/02/13 21:02:14) - i have a black line on my dissertation tht i cant get rid of. it happened when i was putting a line under a table. any suggestions? #phdchat (original tweet)

@DoctoralNet (13/02/13 21:05:42) - Happy Wed! #dissertation #phd mid work week 4 some, almost weekend 4 middle east- #phdchat wrming up for tonight - http://t.co/82oFcqPe (original tweet)

@gawbul (13/02/13 21:15:18) - @lizith @donna_peach My code tweets a link from my account at 23:59 :-) #eswphd #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 21:17:18) - @peoplegogy on one page? #phdchat (original tweet)

@socphd (13/02/13 21:29:14) - Roses are red, violets are blue, our next #socchat's tomorrow, especially for you 7.30pm GMT #phdchat #socio #law #anthro #psych #edu #HEd (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 21:30:32) - @peoplegogy good news; we r not markd on our word processng prowess & formattng's something you can always get a professional to do #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 21:31:08) - @peoplegogy or a friend if in our phding we have not neglected them too much :) #phdchat (original tweet)

@llollipoppi (13/02/13 21:34:48) - is it ok in #litreview to refer to something in first chpt of LR that will be discussed in the next chpt of LR? #phdchat #phdforum (original tweet)

@LUDissertation (13/02/13 21:36:18) - Spent an hour with EdD student about five pages of dissertation. Set up organization for rest of chapter. Intense but productive. #phdchat (original tweet)

@ai1sa (13/02/13 21:38:05) - via @susanCarter12 @ai1sa You get examined at the end not on how much you know but how well you have chosen what's in or out #phdchat (original tweet)

@DrLyndonWalker (13/02/13 21:49:02) - It is rare to get a second chance at data collection. Like eminem says, "you only get one shot", so make it count. #phdchat (original tweet)

@shelmaclaren (13/02/13 21:56:15) - Can recommend this instructive bedtime reading inspired by @thesiswhisperer http://t.co/3Lj2nqkI #phdchat http://t.co/xBupAsz6 (original tweet)

@DrJRogers (13/02/13 21:59:47) - Thanks Todd! You too... and have a great week all! @toddbacile @8Mandates @bobbikay @NancyVanLeuven @MarkMEberstein @MktgMike #smm #phdchat (original tweet)

@Mairenibheith (13/02/13 22:03:07) - A much needed evening in the pub with phd peers makes everything seem ok : ) #phdchat (original tweet)

@thesiswhisperer (13/02/13 22:05:35) - Honoured to come in at number 7 on the top 30 graduate blogs http://t.co/1qNncFyD - some here I didn't know about. Worth a look #phdchat (original tweet)

@erin_turbitt (13/02/13 22:06:40) - Luxury recruitment situation, I have a table and a chair! (usually I stand in the corner). #phdchat #phdforum #socphd (original tweet)

@PsyPAG (13/02/13 22:08:12) - The top 30 graduate #blogshttp://t.co/G0nBoWju - worth a look #phdchat #postgradblogs via @thesiswhisperer (original tweet)

@AoifeSMcKenna (13/02/13 22:16:44) - Academic assholes & #gender http://t.co/jAEFtajl #phdchat When aggression is more intelligent & 'care' still devalued at work @mmilatov (original tweet)

@kyliebudge (13/02/13 22:19:59) - Well those first 300 words of the day were like pulling teeth. #Pomodoro anyone? Can I have company in this? #phdchat #acrwri (original tweet)

@Protohedgehog (13/02/13 22:20:45) - Here are the top 30 grad school blogs (apparently) - worth sourcing for tips/advice etc http://t.co/u4RfBcei #PhDchat #ECRchat (original tweet)

@GradStudentWay (13/02/13 22:23:03) - TheGradStudentWay was selected as one of the Top 30 #GradSchool Blogs of 2012. http://t.co/1gubTFfl #phdchat #phdforum #phd #phdadvice (original tweet)

@kyliebudge (13/02/13 22:25:51) - @book_learning @MeganJMcPherson great idea! I'm also going to adopt @BronwynHinz's fave word 'primarily' #phdchat (original tweet)

@kyliebudge (13/02/13 22:26:35) - @MeganJMcPherson coolio. #pomodoro-ness begins soon. #phdchat (original tweet)

@hedda_r (13/02/13 22:31:04) - @NSRiazat Finding it more iterative than I imagined.Though I was clear about concepts but they needed constant revisiting! #phdchat (original tweet)

@GdnHigherEd (13/02/13 22:50:15) - #HElivechat: Is English still the dominant language of higher education? http://t.co/UZ62qPhs @BritishCouncil @EtsToefl #highered #phdchat (original tweet)

@RMITsgr (13/02/13 23:03:02) - Picking up the pieces http://t.co/IhvBwkvk by @researchwhisper #grants #ecrchat #phdchat (original tweet)

@qui_oui (13/02/13 23:18:00) - List of resources on #MentalHealth & academe, via @ProfessorIsIn http://t.co/n99dESEr #PhDchat #HigherEd (original tweet)

@KMcNiff (13/02/13 23:20:01) - The PhD is in need of revision http://t.co/j3qAiXAa #NVivo #phdchat (original tweet)

@MetaAurelia (13/02/13 23:24:08) - @ardinouv iki pisanRT @PsyPAG: The top 30 graduate #blogshttp://t.co/z0JtO96q - worth a look #phdchat #postgradblogs via @thesiswhisperer (original tweet)

@YouthHealth20 (13/02/13 23:31:31) - "Disciplining the savages, savaging the disciplines" (Nakata 2007). Good book, but slightly biased. #phdchat (original tweet)


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