Qu’est-ce que problématiser sa thèse de doctorat ?

CONSTANTIN XYPAS

Abstract

The need to develop solid arguments for grounding the PhD studies concerning social sciences and humanities is recognized by both doctoral students and supervisors. Nevertheless, it seems that doctoral students may encounter significant difficulties in developing such arguments. Moreover, it may also be difficult for the supervisors to support them effectively in doing so. This gives rise to questions about the process of grounding a PhD study. How do doctoral students come up with their research problems? And which difficulties they seem to encounter when they are engaged in developing the arguments they need for grounding these problems?

Keywords

PhD studies, PhD student, supervisor, research problem

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26220/rev.118

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