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1 Literature a bibliography of research into postgraduate research development and supervision practices Acker, S., Hills, T. and Black, E. (1994) Thesis supervision in the social sciences: Managed or negotiated? Higher Education, 28, Aitchison, C. (2009) Writing groups for doctoral education, Studies in HigherEducation, 34(8), Åkerlind, G. S. (2008) Growing and developing as a university researcher,higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 55(2) (February), Antoniou, M. and Moriarty, J. (2008) What can academic writers learn from creative writers? Developing guidance and support for lecturers in Higher Education, Teaching in Higher Education, 13(2) Armitage, A. (2008) Power relationships and postgraduate supervision, Journal of Quality, Chartered Quality Institute, 1 December, at: Aspland, T. and O Donoghue, T. (1994) Quality in supervising overseas students, in O. Zuber-Skerritt and Y. Ryan (eds), Quality in Postgraduate Education (London: Kogan Page). Awesome Website, University of Leeds, Barnett, J. (2002) Writing to research: A supervisor s perspective, in M. Kiley and G. Mullins (eds), Quality in Postgraduate Research: Integrating Perspectives (Canberra: University of Canberra). Bartlett, A., May, M. and Holzknecht, S. (1994) Discipline-specific academic skills at postgraduate level: A model, in K. Chanock (ed.), Integrating the Teaching of Academic Discourse into Courses in the Disciplines (Melbourne: Language and Academic Skills Units of La Trobe University), pp Bartlett, A. and Mercer, G. (2000) Reconceptualising discourses of power in postgraduate pedagogies, Teaching in Higher Education, 5(2), Bell, R. (2009) Learning to write: Writing to learn: Academic writing: A literature review, Learn Higher Academic Writing CETL, Nottingham Trent University, at: home.htm Biggs, M. and Buchler, D. (2008) Eight criteria for practice-based research in the creative and cultural industries, Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education, 7(1), Boice, R. (1990) Professors as Writers: A Self-Help Guide to Productive Writing (Stillwater, OK: New Forums). Boud, D., and Tennant, M. (2006) Putting doctoral education to work: Challenges to academic practices, Higher Education Research and Development, 25, Bourke, S., Holbrook, A., Fairbairn, H. and Lovat, T. (2008) Consistency and inconsistency in PhD thesis examination, Australian Journal of Education, 52(1), Brew, A. (2001) The Nature of Research: Inquiry in Academic Contexts (London:Routledge Falmer). Brew, A. and Peseta, T. (2002) Improving Research Higher Degree Supervision through Recognising and Rewarding Supervision Development (Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney). 1

2 Brew, A. and Peseta, T. (2004) Changing postgraduate supervision practice, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 41(1), Brook, J., Catlin, S., DeLuca, C., Doe, C., Huntly, A. and Searle, M. (2010) Conceptions of doctoral education: The PhD as pathmaking, Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 11(5), Queen s University, Kingston, ON, Canada, Burgess, R., Pole, C. and Hockey, J. (1994) Strategies for managing and supervising the social science PhD, in R. Burgess (ed.), Postgraduate Education and Training in the Social Sciences: Processes and Products (London: Jessica Kingsley). Burnham, P. (1994) Surviving the viva: Unravelling the mysteries of the PhD oral, Journal of Graduate Education, 1(1), Butcher, J. and Sieminski, D. (2006) The challenge of a distance learning professional doctorate in education, Open Learning, 21(1), Caffarella, R. S. and Barnett, B. G. (2000) Teaching doctoral students to become scholarly writers: The importance of giving and receiving feedback,studies in Higher Education, 25(1), Cargill, M. (1996) An integrated bridging program for international postgraduate students, Higher Education Research and Development, 15(2), Carter, B. and Whittaker, K. (2009) Examining the British PhD viva: Opening new doors or scarring for life? Contemporary Nurse, 32(1 2), Churchill, H. and Sanders, T. (2007) Getting Your PhD A Practical Insider s Guide (London: Sage Publications), p Conrad, L. (1999) Contextualising postgraduate supervision to improvequality, in G. Wisker and N. Sutcliffe (eds), Effectiveness in Postgraduate Supervision (Birmingham: Staff and Educational Development Association),pp Cryer, P. (1996) The Research Student s Guide to Success (Buckingham: Open University Press). Cryer, P. (1997) Handling Common Dilemmas in Supervision: Issues in Postgraduate Supervision, Teaching and Management, Guide no. 2 (London: Society for Research into Higher Education and The Times Higher Education Supplement). Cullen, D., Pearson, M., Saha, L. and Spear, R. (1994) Establishing Effective PhD Supervision (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service). Davies, S., Swinburne, D. and Williams, G. (2006) Writing matters: The Royal Literary Fund report on student writing in higher education, The Royal Literary Fund, London. Davis, H., Evans, T. and Hickey, C. (2006) A knowledge based economy landscape: Delamont, S., Atkinson, P. and Parry, O. (1997) Supervising the PhD: A Guide to Success (Buckingham: Open University Press), Delamont, S., Parry, O. and Atkinson, P. (1998) Creating a delicate balance: The doctoral supervisor s dilemmas, Teaching in Higher Education, 3(2), Denicolo, P. (2004) Doctoral supervision of colleagues: Peeling off the veneer of satisfaction and competence, Studies in Higher Education, 29(6),

3 Denicolo, P., Park, C., Bohrer, J. and Clarke, G. (2010) Doctorateness: An elusive concept, the QQA, Gloucester, at: quality/doctoralqualification/doctorateness.pdf (accessed 15 May 2011). Dunleavy, P. (2003) Authoring a PhD (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan). Eley, A. and Jennings, R. (2005) Effective Postgraduate Supervision: Improving the Student/Supervisor Relationship (Maidenhead: Open University Press), at:www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/html/ html. Emilson, U. and Johnsson, E. (2007) Supervision of supervisors: On developing supervision in post-graduate education, Higher Education Research and Development, 26(2), Evans, T. (2008) Part-time research students: Are they producing knowledge where it counts? Higher Education Research & Development, at: aworld.com/smpp/title~content=t (Terry Evans Deakin University, accessed May 2008). Evans, T. and Green, W. (1995) Dancing at a distance? Postgraduate studies, supervision, and distance education, Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, AARE, Hobart (Electronic), Evans, T., Lawson, A., McWilliam, E., and Taylor, P. (2005) Understanding the management of doctoral studies in Australia as risk management, Studies in Research, 1, Frame, I. and Allen, L. (2002) A flexible approach to PhD research training, Quality Assurance in Education, 10(2), Francis, H. (1997) The research process, in N. Graves and V. Verma (eds),working for a Doctorate: A Guide for the Humanities and Social Services(London: Routledge), p. 18. Freckleton, L., Creighton, E. and Wisker, G. (2003) Internationalisation of the curriculum and employability, World Views: The Magazine for UKCOSA Members, 11, Frick, B. L. (2010) Creativity in doctoral education: Conceptualising the original contribution, in C. Nygaard, N. Courtney and C. W. Holtham (eds), Teaching Creativity: Creativity in Teaching (Faringdon: Libri Publishing). Ganobcsik-Williams, L. (2009) COWL project review of the origins and current practices of online writing labs (OWLs) and online writing support, unpublished report, University of Coventry, at: files/2009/03/review-of-the-origins-and-current-practices-of-owls.pdf Gatfield, T. (2005) An investigation into PhD supervisory management styles:development of a dynamic conceptual model and its managerial implications, Journal of Higher Education and Policy Management, 27(3), Golde, C. M. (2007) Signature pedagogies in doctoral education: Are they adaptable for the preparation of education researchers?, Educational Researcher,36(6), Golde, C. M and Walker, G. E. (2006) Envisioning the Future of Doctoral Education: Preparing Stewards of the Discipline (San Francisco, Jossey-Bass). Grant, B. (2003) Mapping the pleasures and risks of supervision discourse,studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 24(2), 176, 189. Grant, B. M. (2008) Agonistic struggle master slave dialogues in humanities supervision, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 7(1), Grant, B., McKinley, L., Manathunga, C., Knowles, S., Singh, M., Wisker, G. And Robinson, G. (2010), Symposium on crosscultural supervision, Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference,

4 Graves, N. (1997) Working for a Doctorate: A Guide for the Humanities and Social Sciences (London: Routledge). Green, H., and Powell, S. (2005) Doctoral Study in Contemporary Higher Education (Maidenhead: Open University Press). Greenfield, T. (ed.) (2002) Research Methods for Postgraduates (London: Edward Arnold). Gurr, G. (2001) Negotiating the Rackety Bridge a Dynamic Model for Aligning Supervisory Style with Research Student Development, Higher Education and Development, 20(1), Halse, C. and Malfroy, J. (2010) Retheorizing doctoral supervision as professional work, Studies in Higher Education, 35(1), Hammond, J., Ryland, K., Tennant, M. and Boud, D. (2010) Building Research Supervision and Training across Australian Universities: Final Report (Sydney: University of Technology, Sydney). Hartley, J. and Fox, C. (2003) Assessing the Mock Viva: The Experience of British Doctoral Students (Keele: Keele University Press), pp. 2 3, 10 12, Hartley, J. and Jory, S. (2000) Lifting the veil on the viva: The experiences of PhD candidates in the UK, Psychology Teaching Review, 9, Hartley, P. and Wisker, G. (2004, 2011) Interviewer Postgraduate Viva, CD Rom( Bradford University). Heinrich, K. T. (1995) Doctoral advisement relationships between women: On friendship and betrayal, Journal of Higher Education, 66(4) (Jul. Aug.), Hodge, B. (1995) Monstrous knowledge: Doing PhDs in the new humanities, Australian Universities Review, 38(2), Holbrook, A., Bourke, S. and Cantwell, R. (2006) Using research candidate annual report data to examine aspects of supervision effectiveness, in M. Kiley and G. Mullins (eds), Quality in Postgraduate Research: Knowledge Creation in Testing Times (Canberra: CEDAM, Australian National University,pp Ingleton, C. and Cadman, K. (2002) Silent issues for international postgraduate research students: Emotion and agency in academic success, Australian Educational Researcher, 29(1), Johnson, L., Lee, A. and Green, B. (2000) The PhD and the autonomous self:gender, rationality and postgraduate pedagogy, Studies in Higher Education,25(2), 45, Kandlbinder, P. and Peseta, T. (2000a) Online professional development for postgraduate supervisors, in A. Herrmann and M. M. Kulski (eds), FlexibleFutures in Tertiary Teaching: Proceedings of the 9th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 2 4 February 2000 (Perth: Curtin University of Technology), p. 1, at:http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2000/kandlbinder2.html. Kandlbinder, P. and Peseta, T. (2000b) In Supervisors Words: An Insider s View of Postgraduate Supervision (Sydney: Institute for Teaching and Learning). Kearns, H., Gardiner, M. and Marshall, K. (2008) Innovation in PhD completion:the hardy shall succeed (and be happy!), Higher Education Research and Development 27(2), Kelly, F. J. (2011) Cooking together disparate things: The role of metaphor in thesis writing, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 48(4), Kiley, M. (2000) Providing timely and appropriate support for international postgraduate students, in Good Practice Working with International Students, SEDA Paper 110 (December),

5 Kiley, M. (2008) Completing a doctorate, for what?, in C. Rust (ed.), Improving Student Learning: Improving Student Learning for what? (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp Kiley, M. (2009) You don t want a smart Alec : Selecting examiners to assess doctoral dissertations, Studies in Higher Education, 34(8), Kiley, M. (2011) Developments in research supervisor training: Causes and responses, Studies in Higher Education, 36(5) (August 2011), Kiley, M. and Mullins, G. (2002) It s a PhD, not a Nobel Prize : How experienced examiners assess research theses, Studies in Higher Education, 27(4). Kiley, M. and Wisker, G. (2006) Making the learning leap: RHD students crossing conceptual thresholds, Paper presented at the QPR conference, Adelaide, Australia. Kiley, M., and Wisker, G. (2009) Threshold concepts in research education and evidence of threshold crossing, Higher Education Research and Development, 28(4), Kiley, M., and Wisker, G. (2010) Learning to be a researcher: The concepts and crossings, in J. H. F. Meyer, R. Land and C. Baillie (eds), Threshold Concepts and Transformational Learning (Rotterdam: Sense), pp Lee, A. (2008a) How are doctoral students supervised? Concepts of doctoral research supervision, Studies in Higher Education, 33(3), Lee, A. (2008b) Identifying different approaches to research supervision: Adiscussion paper for ECER Annual Conference for the European Educational Research Association, at: Lee, A. (2011) Successful Research Supervisions: Supervising Students Doing Research (London: Routledge). Lee, A. and Boud, D. (2008) Framing doctoral education as practice, in D. Boud and A. Lee (eds), Changing Practices of Doctoral Education (London: Routledge). Lee, A. and Green, B. (2009) Supervision as metaphor, Studies in Higher Education, 34(6), Leonard, D. (2001) A Women s Guide to Doctoral Studies (Buckingham: Open University Press), pp. 2, 39, 41, 42, 43, 45, 66, Leonard, D., Becker, R and Coate, K (2005) To prove myself at the highest level: The benefits of doctoral study, Higher Education Research & Development, 24(2) (May), Lester, S. (2004) Conceptualizing the practitioner doctorate, Studies in Higher Education, 29(6), Linden, J. (1999) The contribution of narrative to the process of supervising PhD students, Studies in Higher Education, 24(3), Lovat, T., Holbrook, A., and Bourke, S. (2008) Ways of knowing in doctoral examination: How well is the doctoral regime? Educational Research Review,3(1), MacDonald Ross, G. (2007) Writing in the Disciplines : Report, HEA Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies, at: ac.uk/view.html/prsdocuments/388 MacFarlane, B. (2009) Researching with Dignity (London: Routledge). 5

6 Malfroy, J. (2005) Doctoral supervision, workplace research and changing pedagogic practices, Higher Education Research & Development, 24(2), Manathunga, C. (2005) The development of research supervision: Turning the light on a private space, International Journal for Academic Development, 10(1), 17 30, 207. Manathunga, C. (2007) Intercultural postgraduate supervision: Ethnographic journeys of identity and power, in D. Palfreyman and D. L. McBride (eds), Learning and Teaching across Cultures in Higher Education (Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 93, 95. Maxwell, T. (2003) From first to second generation professional doctorate,studies in Higher Education, 28(3), McAlpine, L., Jazvac-Martex, M. and Hopwood, N. (2009) Doctoral student exprience: Activities and difficulties influencing identity development, International Journal for Research Development, 1(1), McAlpine, L., Paulson, J., Gonsalves, A. and Jazvac-Martek, M. (in press Untold doctoral stories in the social sciences: can we move beyond cultural narratives of neglect? Higher Education Research and Development. McCormack, C. and Pamphilon, B. (2004) More than a confessional: postmodern groupwork to support postgraduate supervisors professional development,innovations in Education and Teaching International, 41(1)(January February), 3 4, 25. McWilliam, E. (2009) Doctoral education in risky times, in D. Boud and A. Lee (eds), Changing Practices of Doctoral Education (New York: Routledge). Mellan, V. and Stracke, E. (2007) An analysis of written feedback on a PhD thesis, Teaching in Higher Education, 12(4), (August), Metcalfe, J. (2006) The changing nature of doctoral programmes, in U. Teichler (ed.), The Formative Years of Scholars, proceedings of a symposium held at the Haga Forum, Stockholm, 9 11 November, 2005 (London: Portland Press). Metcalfe, J., Thompson, Q. and Green, H. (2002) Improving standards in postgraduate research degree programmes (Bristol: HEFCE), p. 46. Meyer, J. and Land, R. (2005) Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (2): Epistemological considerations and a conceptual framework for teaching and learning, Higher Education, 49, Meyer, J. and Land, R. (eds) (2006) Overcoming Barriers to Student Understanding: Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge (Abingdon: Routledge). Mitchell, C. (2010) Co-creating new guidance materials for supervising inter and transdisciplinary postgraduate research students, QPR extended abstract at: Morris, C., Poyatas Matas, C., Wisker, G., Cheng, M., Lilly, J., Warnes, M., Robinson, G. and Trafford, V. (2010) Wellbeing and the Research Student (Falmer: University of Brighton Press). Morris, C. and Wisker, G. (2011) ESCalate final report, Higher Education Academy. Moses, I. (1985) Supervising postgraduates, HERDSA, Green Guide no. 3(University of New South Wales, Kensington: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia), revised 2002, p. 10. Murray, R. (2002) How to Write a Thesis (Buckingham: Open University Press), 6

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