Love your dissertation—or not, but get it done!

What if you knew you could not fail? Do you still want that doctorate? Whether you are working on your proposal or struggling with your manuscript, we are here to help with resources and insights to help you achieve your dream of earning a Ph.D.

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Resubmit! 28 1/2 Reasons Why You Can’t Get Your Dissertation Proposal Approved: Overcome Obstacles and Achieve Your Dream of Earning a Ph.D.

This book is the missing linbookcoverk for dissertators who have struggled to get their proposals approved. This indispensable book is packed with insights, suggestions, examples, diagrams, and practical tips, written especially for the online dissertator who may receive little support during the proposal process. You will find solutions to address twenty-eight potential reasons you might be struggling to get your proposal approved.

For example, you will learn how to write a clear problem statement, devise research questions and hypotheses, and align the elements of the proposal to facilitate speedy approval. The mysteries of using Word and Excel are unlocked to show you specifically how to use these tools for your proposal. You will learn how to design a web-based survey and make a plan for fielding and analyzing the data. Over 200 tables and figures show you exactly what to do. Free templates and worksheets are available here.

You can achieve your dream of earning a Ph.D. With the specific guidance in this book, you can soon receive approval for your proposal and be on your way to collecting your data.

Language: English
Pages: 566
Publisher: Crossline Press, Portland, Oregon
Printed by Amazon Createspace
Available at Amazon. Print. Kindle.



About Carol

Carol M. Booton, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in 2013. Since then, Carol has worked as a freelance academic editor, editing hundreds of dissertation proposals and manuscripts.

In her first book, Carol describes the challenges she experienced as she struggled to obtain approval for her dissertation from an nontraditional online university. She has discovered that her experience was not unique—many dissertators receive little support from mentors as they move through the dissertation process. Carol wrote the book she wishes she had had when she was working long hours to complete and submit her milestone documents.

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