A handbook for doctoral supervisors / Stan Taylor, Margaret Kiley and Robin Humphrey.
"Across the globe, doctoral education is in the throes of change. Diversification, regulation and proliferation are just a few of the developments that pose major challenges for those supervising doctoral candidates. The second edition of A Handbook for Doctoral Supervisors has been fully updated to assist doctoral supervisors in understanding and meeting these challenges. The book is split into six key parts: the changing contexts of doctoral supervisionrecruiting, selecting and working with doctoral candidatessupporting the research projectsupporting non-traditional candidates in terms of academic and social backgrounds and modes of studysupporting completion, submission and examinationthe evaluation and dissemination of practice.The book builds on the success and practical knowledge of the first edition and has been re-written and extended to take into account the latest scholarship in doctoral supervision, address new contemporary themes and present updated examples and case studies. With a self-interrogatory style which enables supervisors to reflect upon and, where appropriate, consider how to enhance their practice, this book is an essential read for anyone involved in doctoral supervision."--Provided by publisher.