Changing as a person: the experience of learning to research in the social sciences

Keith Wood
  • Higher Education Research & Development, February 2006, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/13600800500453162

Learning to research for a doctorate can change you as a person.

What is it about?

Reports on the ways in which learning to research at doctoral level can lead to personal change through the experience of variation in epistemology and other critical aspects.

Why is it important?

Uses conceptions of learning research and identification of dimensions of variation experienced to analyse the impact on the learner of engagement with a doctoral research training program.

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