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Posts by: Raul Pacheco-Vega

  1. On the value of writing retreats January 21, 2020

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  2. The Global Dissertation Narrative (GDN): a strategy to develop a final doctoral dissertation story January 17, 2020

    Posted in academia, graduate school.

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  3. What are the differences between the Everything Notebook and the Bullet Journal? January 14, 2020

    Posted in academia, research.

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  4. What kinds of things do we (I) write in the Everything Notebook? January 14, 2020

    Posted in academia, research, writing.

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  5. Making Social Science Matter: Why Social Inquiry Fails and How it Can Succeed Again (my reading notes) January 13, 2020

    Posted in academia, research, research methods.

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  6. How to Fix Your Academic Writing Trouble: A Practical Guide (my reading notes) January 1, 2020

    Posted in academia.

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  7. Human Right to Water and Bottled Water Consumption: Governing at the Intersection of Water Justice, Rights and Ethics (new chapter) December 29, 2019

    Posted in academia, bottled water, research.

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  8. On “impostor syndrome” and “FOBMO” (Fear Of Being Missed Out) – the “Publish A LOT” strategy December 28, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  9. On the importance of rest and recuperation (R&R) over the holidays December 28, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  10. On the importance of teaching robust work using qualitative methods in the social sciences December 27, 2019

    Posted in academia, qualitative methods, research, research methods.

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  11. On the importance of cultivating a network of friends and colleagues OUTSIDE of academia December 27, 2019

    Posted in academia, networking.

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  12. Project management for academics I: Managing a research pipeline December 19, 2019

    Posted in academia, planning, productivity, research.

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  13. Analysing and teaching theoretical debates using a set of articles in Point-Counter Point-Rejoinder format December 10, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  14. Teaching proper citation practices: avoiding “Daisy chains” and grandparented cites when doing citation tracing December 5, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  15. Prioritizing work and the TOMs/TOTOs hierarchy December 1, 2019

    Posted in academia, productivity.

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  16. Making your research “dialogue” with other scholars’ in your literature review November 30, 2019

    Posted in academia, research.

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  17. Writing your literature review based on the “Cross-Reference” column of the Conceptual Synthesis Excel Dump (CSED) November 13, 2019

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  18. On skimming reading material and the importance of The Second Round of in-depth reading November 13, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  19. Getting unstuck with your #AcWri: responding to, or critiquing a statement/argument September 21, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  20. A few pieces of advice for doctoral students in their first year September 21, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  21. The Dissertation Analytical Table (DAT) – an overview device to formulate a 3-papers thesis/doctoral dissertation September 13, 2019

    Posted in academia, research.

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  22. The Elements of Academic Style (Eric Hayot) – my reading notes September 4, 2019

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  23. “Doubly Engaged Ethnography: Opportunities and Challenges When Working With Vulnerable Communities” – my IJQM article with @KateParizeau September 4, 2019

    Posted in academia, ethnography, research, research methods, waste.

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  24. Setting semester-long, monthly and daily goals (as a student, or researcher) September 4, 2019

    Posted in academia, planning.

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  25. “Fracktivism: Corporate Bodies and Chemical Bonds” (Sara Ann Wylie) – my reading notes September 4, 2019

    Posted in academia, environmental policy, research.

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