In this episode, I focus on dissertation dedications, survey instruments, phenomenology, and dissertation chapter 1.
What’s up in this episode?
1:32 – How many hours should I dedicate to my dissertation?
6:43 – How do I find a survey instrument for my dissertation?
11:43 – What is the “central phenomena?”
15:53 – How do I align my chapter one?
Links mentioned in this episode: “How to Write a Purpose Statement”
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