Thesis writing advice

I came across few useful links to blogs which anyone writing a thesis would find useful. They are

What not to do in a thesis conclusion, part one: christmas present five

conclusion mise-en-place. christmas present six

Eating an elephant (or doing a doctorate in the job…)

connecting chapters/chapter introductions

connecting chapters/chapter conclusions

Is there a format for a thesis? 

six differences between thesis and book chapters

Niggles and Wobbles of the EdD Researcher

Also have a look at Pat Thompson’s blog. There’s lots of stuff on there (besides the two linked to above). 

I came across this blog (PHDanger) on Twitter. It’s by Emma Hutson who is in middle of her PhD. She will be writing as she goes through the PhD. 

Writing a PhD proposal (social sciences) by Alison Phipps

Submitting a Doctorate: How I did (and didn’t) do it 

the edu flaneuse 

The Thesis Whisperer 

Preparing for-then surviving-the viva by Jill Berry 

Literature review

Thesis structures 

Evaluating Reseach 

On not quitting the doctorate, A doctorate at a distance-take one, and A doctorate at a distance-take two by Pat Thomson

This isn’t specifically on writing up your thesis but is useful advice nevertheless. How to juggle a full-time job and a part-time PhD? 

This is not on thesis writing but on PhD supervision. I thought I’d include it here as it seemed very relevant. Of monsters and mentors: PhD disasters and how to avoid them

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