They think I'm stupid: Dealing with supervisor feedback.

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Lee, Amanda 2018. They think I'm stupid: Dealing with supervisor feedback. in: Edward Elgar Publishing.
AuthorsLee, Amanda
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This chapter reflects upon the author’s personal experiences of dealing with supervisor feedback as she progressed through her doctoral studies. Feelings of inadequacy are addressed and advice is given on how to deal with this and move forward. Finally, practical hints and tips for dealing with supervisor feedback are provided.

KeywordsDoctoral studies; Supervisor feedback
Year2018
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
ISBN9781786435750
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/622160
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