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Participants in this course will learn how to critically analyse and present your data and findings, and how to relate them back to the literature.
Presenting your data and critically analysing it against the literature is one of the key tasks of the thesis compilation. How do the findings relate to the literature, how do they support the existing body of knowledge, how do they inform the problem and what actionable outcomes might be taken as a result of this?
This course will provide hand-on training on how to present and analyse your findings. The objective is to build up through this course the framework of your findings and evaluation chapters. To allow for this, participants will need to have finalised their data collection and literature review process.
To make it clear, it will be virtually impossible to expect compiling the findings and evaluation chapter within the time frame of 8 weeks. The objective of this course is to build up a robust framework, and to complete some of the chapters’ sections, that then can guide the participants in finalizing the chapters subsequent to the course.
This course is suitable for participants in the following Thesis stage:
While we prefer a minimum of 3 participants per course, we understand that the doctorate is a very individual undertaking. Therefore, we are open to deliver courses at an individual level.
Participants in this eight-weeks course will:
This eight-week course will cover the following topics:
Week 1: Structuring the findings by problem domains, problem variables and determinants and emergent themes.
Week 1 will focus on structuring your findings chapter alongside the problem domains, problem variables and determinants and emergent themes.
Week 2: Presenting the findings in the context of the different stakeholder groups.
Week 2 will add to the Week 1 achievement the stakeholder perspective and asks you to critically evaluate how the week 1 structure might need to be altered so to present the findings in the right context.
Week 3: Working out of representative data sources.
Week 3 asks you to identify and select representative data sources that provide clear evidence to the problem domains, problem variables and determinants and emergent themes and how these relate to the different stakeholders.
Week 4: Illustration and visualization of the findings.
Week 4 is dedicated to illustrate and visualize the findings so to allow the reader to understand them at a glance.
Week 5: Structuring the evaluation chapter.
Week 5 will move into the evaluation chapter and asks to build up the structure of the chapter by “mirroring” the chapter against the current chapter 4 draft.
Week 6: Evaluation of the findings against the literature.
Having the chapter structure in place Week 6 will be dedicated to critical analysing the findings against the existing literature.
Week 7: Drawing up of conclusions against the evaluations.
Week 7 will ask to draw up the conclusions from the week 6 critical analytics.
Week 8: Bringing out the key findings of the research.
Week 8 is dedicated to bring out the key findings of the research.
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