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Posts by: Raul Pacheco-Vega

  1. A partial bibliography on books and articles on how to conduct qualitative research interviews April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia, qualitative methods, reading notes.

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  2. “Parking your writing downhill” as a strategy to keep momentum with your academic writing April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  3. On writing about, thinking and teaching research methods. April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia, fieldwork, research, research methods, teaching, writing.

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  4. The realities of writing: loving it and having to work hard for it April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  5. On making explicit your contribution to the larger literature and bodies of knowledge by using a case study in a particular region. April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  6. Writing a PhD dissertation as three (or more) papers to showcase versatility April 23, 2022

    Posted in academia.

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  7. We are globally burnt out and we need a global reset. How to create a global system of care? April 21, 2022

    Posted in academia.

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  8. Using a Ventilation File to help break free from writers’ block April 1, 2022

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  9. We lack serious training in research methods choice and selection November 15, 2021

    Posted in academia, research, research methods, teaching.

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  10. Should I specialize during my PhD or should I branch out? November 7, 2021

    Posted in PhD training.

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  11. How to write field notes (and how to teach the writing of fieldnotes) October 12, 2021

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

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  12. The Memo-Based Writing Strategy: Helping students write large-ish (>2,500 words) assignments August 14, 2021

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  13. A proposed heuristic to choose which note-taking technique we should use: Index Cards, Cornell Notes, Everything Notebook and Conceptual Synthesis Excel Dump (CSED) rows/Synthetic Notes July 16, 2021

    Posted in academia, research, writing.

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  14. Lessons learned from designing a qualitative data analysis and interpretation graduate-level course, from scratch July 4, 2021

    Posted in academia, qualitative methods, teaching.

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  15. A Scholar’s Guide to Getting Published in English: Critical Choices and Practical Strategies (my reading notes) June 20, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  16. On multiple academic projects’ management, time management and the realities of what we think we can accomplish in a certain period of time versus the realities of what we actually are able to. June 17, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  17. A sequential strategy for teaching how to write a literature review June 15, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  18. Time, energy and health: Three considerations for academic commitment and project planning June 3, 2021

    Posted in academia, planning.

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  19. Writing an End-of-The-Month Achievements Review: Making *everything* count May 7, 2021

    Posted in academia, organization, planning.

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  20. How to make your claim of novelty and contributions to the scholarly literature VERY clear with an example April 29, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  21. Overcoming “Writer’s Block” with Index Cards and Memorandums April 5, 2021

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  22. Delving into an entirely new topic and doing a literature review, performed with an example (on hospital ethnography) March 22, 2021

    Posted in academia, research, research methods.

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  23. Revising the dissertation/thesis: From first draft to readable draft to shareable draft March 3, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  24. The March 2021 #AICCSED Reading, Annotating and Systematizing Challenge March 1, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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  25. Batch-Processing groups of reading materials (articles or book chapters) February 27, 2021

    Posted in academia.

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