Review of The malaise of academic scholarship: Why it starts with the doctoral dissertation as a baptism of fire

Ivet Parra-Gaete

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The Malaise of Academic Scholarship: Why It Starts with the Doctoral Dissertation as a Baptism of Fire

Author: John J. Hampton
Abstract: This book tackles the task of improving academic scholarship generally and dissertation expectations specifically.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Education Review

A multilingual journal of book reviews

ISSN: 1094-5296