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Thread: Being Single v Having a Partner

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17-Jun-16, 09:24
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posted about 4 years ago
hi Hopper
I haven't seen "in a relationship" being listed as one of the options for status - it's usually only single, married, divorced

If you are not married yet you haven't become a double so you are single :-)

Oh yes - status does not affect your chances for scholarship application

Thread: help with paper

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11-Jun-16, 07:18
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posted about 4 years ago
thanks emmaki, will try that! I am also looking for similar papers :-)

Thread: help with paper

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09-Jun-16, 15:40
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posted about 4 years ago
aww..thanks anyway :-)

Thread: Transcription madness

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09-Jun-16, 12:59
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posted about 4 years ago
oh my! you have my sympathies!!!! I also really don't like transcriptions! Are you doing verbatim? Here is one consolation though -- if you are transcribing the lot, you can always go back to the data to make more papers...

I motivate myself by allowing myself to watch one episode of TV series after I have done something.. so far I have finished Walking Dead (silly series, but what the heck), then I watched Tale of Tales on gazefree (absolutely loved this movie) and every monday hope to do enough to reward myself with Game of Thrones.

:-)

Thread: help with paper

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09-Jun-16, 12:56
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that's ok tudor_queen, thanks for trying!
@hugh - I'm not sure which database, maybe EBSCO? I actually found this when I was searching for journals on special needs education.

thanks anyways

Thread: help with paper

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09-Jun-16, 09:32
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posted about 4 years ago
thank you Tudor_Queen :-)

Thread: Applying for university admin jobs

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08-Jun-16, 17:59
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posted about 4 years ago
best of luck Tree

Thread: help with paper

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08-Jun-16, 17:17
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posted about 4 years ago
hi, does anyone have access to the International journal of Special Needs Education?
Would really appreciate help with this one

Henri V Pesonen, Elina K Kontu, and Raija A Pirttimaa (2015) Sense of Belonging and Life Transitions for Two Females with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Finland. Journal of International Special Needs Education: October 2015, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 73-86.

Thanks

http://jisne.org/doi/10.9782/2159-4341-18.2.73

Thread: Neuroscience OR medicine?

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08-Jun-16, 15:38
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medicine - after 6 years of study and some years of struggle, by the time you are in your 40s you could be set for life. You could even look for work as a "real" doctor outside Germany etc. People will worship the ground you walk on!


Are you being sarcastic? Because I honestly can't tell :D


hi! no I'm not being sarcastic, I totally mean it. Do you know how doctors are treated in countries like India...they are almost "worshipped", hardly questioned .... Set for life means you don't have to worry about jobs like the rest of us

:-)

Thread: Neuroscience OR medicine?

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08-Jun-16, 05:31
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medicine - after 6 years of study and some years of struggle, by the time you are in your 40s you could be set for life. You could even look for work as a "real" doctor outside Germany etc. People will worship the ground you walk on!

If you did a phd, you might still be looking for a job in your 40s.

Thread: qualitative research question

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07-Jun-16, 19:31
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posted about 4 years ago
thanks Hugh!

Thread: qualitative research question

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07-Jun-16, 13:54
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posted about 4 years ago
chickpea that is a great idea
thanks

Thread: qualitative research question

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06-Jun-16, 13:30
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posted about 4 years ago
hi everyone thanks for your replies. It's something like this:

say I have identified six themes from the data, but x number of subjects have offered "explanations" for three of the themes which couldn't fit into the results

at the moment I am writing up the discussion but haven't found any place to put in the quotes (yet -- or maybe not)

thanks
satchi

Thread: qualitative research question

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06-Jun-16, 08:54
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posted about 4 years ago
Need some advice please. When writing up on qualitative work, can we put participant quotes in the discussion? I've looked at the data which shows information not asked for in the Results section, but could go into discussion.

thanks

Thread: methods on Poster

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26-May-16, 11:02
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posted about 4 years ago
hi bilbo,
this will only be pointed out by someone who scrutinizes the graphs

if you want to use that graph anyway, how about putting a symbol on the graph and then there is a footnote in smaller print about the samples that have been left in slightly longer? that would explain the differences shown
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