i have 2 proposals/interests

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29-Nov-03, 08:06
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
I have two ideas about my research, they are related but not the same. Can I send two proposals to the dept and ask them which one is better? is it better to send them at the same time or send one firstly and if it is not good, then send the alternative one? Thanks
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03-Dec-03, 20:59
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posted about 16 years ago
Which subject area (eg history or biochemistry) are you interested in working in?
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04-Dec-03, 08:36
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
Thank you very much for your reply. I'm going to work in the area of television soap opera and its audiences. one interest is the young audiences, and another is the men audiences
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04-Dec-03, 08:36
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posted about 16 years ago
Thank you very much for your reply. I'm going to work in the area of television soap opera and its audiences. one interest is the young audiences, and another is the men audiences
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06-Dec-03, 23:34
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by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
You don't need a PhD for that, you can just sit in front of your TV and do the research yourself... ha!
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07-Dec-03, 07:06
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
Well, Ryan, you can say that again. This is exactly what academics in soap area do. But don't you think it is cool to be a couch potato and get a phd at the same time?
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10-Dec-03, 16:53
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posted about 16 years ago
This is not really our area - as you will have noticed FindAPhD is largely geared towards study in the sciences. I would expect there's no harm in sending in both proposals, but make sure they are concise and well written. You should also be carefull to write to the correct person. Check out each relevant departments web site and see what their procedures are. Look for individual academics working in your area of interest or for the 'postgraduate research admissions tutor'.
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11-Dec-03, 16:32
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posted about 16 years ago
Thank you very much for your suggestions indeed. I will have a try.

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