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Research Degree Voodoo crosses the language gap

The University of Parma in Italy recommends this blog:

Il blog di Katherine Firth (Academic Skills Advisor University of Melbourne) per scoprire tutti i tricks of the trade per affrontare con ironia e tecnica il fatidico momento di pensare e scrivere un lavoro di ricerca

A blog for you to discover all the tricks of the trade in order to face the moment of conceptualising and writing a research project, with humour and technical skill.

(I’ve bumbled through this translation–corrections welcomed!)

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Doing a Research Higher Degree (like a PhD) is hard, but lots of people have succeeded and you can too. It’s easier if you understand how it works, this blog gives you the insider view.

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