The thesis or dissertation, prepared as part of a program of graduate studies, is only rarely publishable as a book. The differences between the two forms of presentation are described in this volume, and advice is given on how a thesis may be revised for eventual publication. The authors of the separate chapters are editors, publishers, and scholars: Francess G. Halpenny, Henri Peyre, Robert Plant Armstrong, William W. Savage, Jr, William C. Dowling, and Olive Holmes. Their topic matter ranges from broad questions of purpose and style, to detailed practical suggestions for rewriting. In passing, the existing approach to dissertations in graduate studies is criticized and defended. The chapters have previously appeared as articles in Scholarly Publishing.. A Journal for Authors and Publishers, and are gathered here in view of the importance of the topic. The volume will be of value to any graduate student or recent PHD seeking publication, and to faculty members supervising graduate students.reassembled, and permitted to grow after their own dictates, perhaps into one or two papers. ... While undeniably useful within its limited terms, this manual, in wide use among dissertation writers, makes no mention of the ... That this is so reflects the staunch prevailing attitude toward the dissertation, namely that it is not expected that the doctoral research or the extended statement of that research and itsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Thesis and the Book|
|Author||:||Eleanor Harman, Ian Montagnes|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1976|