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Tag Archives: research

  1. Should public administration scholarship be subjected to the same transparency standards as political science? A response to Lars Tummers August 1, 2016

    Posted in academia, public administration, research methods.

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  2. Synthesizing different bodies of work in your literature review: The conceptual synthesis Excel dump technique June 17, 2016

    Posted in academia, research.

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  3. How to do a literature review: Citation tracing, concept saturation and results’ mind-mapping June 15, 2016

    Posted in academia, research, research methods.

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  4. Upcoming talk: PhD Colloquium, School of International Service, American University March 30, 2016

    Posted in academia, bottled water.

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  5. My 2016 word: FOCUS January 5, 2016

    Posted in academia.

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  6. World Toilet Day and the global politics of sanitation November 8, 2015

    Posted in academia, research, wastewater.

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  7. The human right to water: A public policy analysis perspective #UConnRight2Water October 20, 2015

    Posted in academia, policy analysis, research, water governance, water policy, water stress.

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  8. Deep Ethnography, Transnational Social Movements and Vulnerable Populations (Talk at University of Connecticut) October 19, 2015

    Posted in academia, research methods.

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  9. Bottled water: Commodifying the human right to water August 24, 2015

    Posted in academia, water governance, water stress.

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  10. Highlighting and note-taking on journal articles, books and book chapters as a model of engagement August 10, 2015

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  11. On the need of slow scholarship: Towards a new paradigm of research August 1, 2015

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  12. My #AcWri Strategies: Write reflective memos May 6, 2015

    Posted in academia, research, writing.

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  13. My #AcWri strategies: Write memos about readings and about research May 3, 2015

    Posted in academia, research, writing.

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  14. Using Evernote in academic research and teaching August 20, 2014

    Posted in academia, research.

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  15. In defense of large academic conferences: My post-#ISA2014 reflections April 5, 2014

    Posted in academia.

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  16. Breaking the vicious cycle of grant writing and research funding March 7, 2014

    Posted in academia.

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  17. Researching “what you really want to” versus “what you know you need to” October 24, 2013

    Posted in academia, research, wastewater, water governance.

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  18. Balancing teaching and research September 12, 2013

    Posted in academia.

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  19. Canada Day 2013: A painful reminder of the demise of Canadian studies programming July 1, 2013

    Posted in academia.

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  20. On the evolution of my thinking and research trajectory May 17, 2013

    Posted in academia, research, water governance.

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  21. On working from home as an academic: Having the best possible setup for a home office May 10, 2013

    Posted in academia.

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  22. Making time to read and reflect: Writing a literature review April 7, 2013

    Posted in academia, research.

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  23. Dr. Kathryn Harrison (UBC Political Science) at #CIDE on the comparative politics of carbon pricing March 3, 2013

    Posted in academia.

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  24. Dr. Kimberly Nolan García (DEI, CIDE Santa Fé) at CIDE Región Centro on North American labour politics February 20, 2013

    Posted in academia.

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  25. Open access #OverlyHonestMethods and the broken publishing system January 16, 2013

    Posted in bridging academia and practice.

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