Bibliographies

BIBLIOGRAPHY

http://www.ukcge.ac.uk/resourcespginfo/bibliography/bibliosupervision

Supervision

Burgess, R.G. Pole, C.J. & Hockey, J., 1994. Strategies for Managing and Supervising the Social Science PhD. in Burgess, R.G. (ed.), Postgraduate Education and Training in the Social Sciences: Processes and Products, London, Jessica Kingsley, pp.13-33.

Cryer, P., 1997. Handling common dilemmas in supervision, SRHE Issues in Postgraduate Supervision. Teaching and Management, No.2, SRHE, London

Delamont, S. Atkinson, P. & Parry, O., 1997. Supervising the PhD. A guide to success. Open University Press, Buckingham

Delamont, S. Parry, O. & Atkinson, P., 1998. Creating a delicate balance: the doctoral supervisor’s dilemmas. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 3, pp. 157-172.

Hockey, J., 1994. Establishing Boundaries: problems and solutions in managing the PhD supervisors’ role. Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 24, pp. 293-313

Hockey, J., 1995. Change and the Social Science PhD: supervisors’ responses. Oxford Review of Education, 21 (2) pp.195-206.

Hockey, J., 1995. Getting Too Close: a problem and possible solution in social science PhD supervision. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 23 (2) pp.199-210

Hockey, J., 1995. Supervisors’ Troubles: A Contractual Solution in the Social Science PhD. pp. 48-53. Proceedings of: National Postgraduate Council Conference: Research Student Supervision: Management and Practice, University of Bristol, 1-2 August

Hockey, J., 1996. Strategies and Tactics in the Supervision of UK PhD Social Science Students. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 9 (4) pp.481-500.

Hockey, J., 1996. A Contractual Solution to Problems in the Supervision of PhD Degrees in the UK. Studies in Higher Education, 21 (3) pp. 359-371.

Hockey, J., 1996. Motives and Meanings amongst PhD Supervisors in the Social Sciences. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 17 (4) pp.489-506

Hockey, J., 1997. A Complex Craft: United Kingdom PhD Supervision in the social sciences. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 2 (1) pp.45-68

Hockey, J. & Allen-Collinson, J., 2000. The Supervision of Practice-based Research Degrees in Art and Design. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 19 (3) pp. 345-355

Hockey, J., 2003. Art and Design Practice-Based Research Degree Supervision some empirical findings. Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, 2 (2) pp.173-185

Holbrook A. & Johnston S. (eds.), 1999. Supervision of Postgraduate Research in Education. Review of Australian Research in Education No. 5, Victoria, Australia; Australian Association for Research in Education

Okorocha, E., 1997. Supervising international research students. SRHE, Issues in Postgraduate Supervision, Teaching and Management, SRHE, London

Ryan, Y. & Zuber-Skerrit, O. (eds.), 1999. Supervising Postgraduates from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds. Buckingham, SRHE/OU Press

Taylor, S and Beasley, N., 2005. A Hand Book for Doctoral Supervisors, Routledge

PROJECT REPORT AND
COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW
European League of Institutes of the Arts / Universität der Künste Berlin
With the support of the Directorate-General for Education and Culture,
European Commission

http://www.elia-artschools.org/_downloads/publications/research_overview.pdf

Discourses on research and the PhD in Design

David Durling, (2002) “Discourses on research and the PhD in Design”, Quality Assurance in Education, Vol. 10 Iss: 2, pp.79 – 85

Practice-based research: a selective bibliography

From: Roehampton University, ReWrite – Centre for Research in Creative and Professional Writing

Creative practice and research: a literature review.

This literature review begins with texts which discuss practice-based research generally and is then separated into loose, overlapping categories.

The name of the practitioner who contributed a citation OR the source of the reference is in square brackets. Terms used to refer to practice-based research and abbreviations, plus other bibliographies are listed at the end.

There are several creative writing texts included because many of the contributions were from creative writers and also because much thinking in this area has been done by Australian based writers working in academia, as exemplified by the journal Text. However, under ‘other bibliographies’ you’ll find literature reviews which aren’t biased in this fashion.

See link below for full bibliography.

http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/researchcentres/rewrite/practice-based-research/practicebasedresearchbib.html

General Supervision Studies

The development of research supervision: “Turning the light on a private space”

Author: Manathunga, Catherine1

Source: The International Journal for Academic Development, Volume 10, Number 1, May 2005 , pp. 17-30(14)

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

The Pedagogy of ‘Good’ PhD Supervision: A National Cross-Disciplinary Investigation of PhD Supervision

http://www.dest.gov.au/NR/rdonlyres/07C6492B-F1BE-45C6-A283-6098B6952D29/2536/phd_supervision.pdf

Austin, F. (1999). “Practice-based research”, Artists’ Newsletter, April. 5.

Davey, J. R. N. (1999). “Writing and the in-between”, Point, no. 7 Spr/Summer. 12-18

Douglas, A. (1992). Structure and improvisation: The making aspect of sculpture. Ph.D. thesis, University of Sunderland.

Frayling, C. (1993). Research in art and design, Royal College of Art Research Papers series vol. 1 no. 1. London: Royal College of Art.

Gilbert, J. (1998). Legitimising sketchbooks as a research tool in an academic setting, Journal of Art and Design Education, vol. 17 no. 3. 255-266.

Gray, C., and Malins, J. (1999). “The digital thesis: Recent developments in practice-based PhD research in art and design”, Digital Creativity, vol. 10 no. 1. 18-28.

Gray, C. and Pirie, I. (1995). ” ‘Artistic’ research procedure: Research at the edge of chaos?”, Proceedings of Design Interfaces Conference vol. 3, The European Academy of Design. Salford: University of Salford. Available from URL: <http://www.rgu.ac.uk/criad/cgpapers/ead/ead.htm&gt; [Accessed 2000 January 10].

Gray, C., Douglas, A., Leake, I., & Malins, J. (1995). Developing a research procedures programme for artists and designers. Aberdeen: Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University. Available from URL: <http://www.rgu.ac.uk/criad/cgpapers/drpp/drpp.htm&gt; [Accessed 2000 January 10].

Gray, C. (ed.) (1996) RADical: International research conference for art and design conference proceedings [CD-ROM]. Aberdeen: Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University.

Hanrahan, S. (1998). “The possibility of dialogue: The relationship between ‘words’ and ‘art-making’ in fine art research”, Drawing Fire, vol. 2 no. 2 Winter. 29-31.

Hockey, J. (1999). “Writing and making: Problems encountered by practice-based research degree students.” Point, no. 7, Spring/Summer. 38-43.

Hockey, J. and J. Allen-Collinson (2000). “The supervision of practice-based research degrees in art and design.” Journal of Art and Design Education, vol. 19 no. 3. 345-355.

Lowe, B. (2000) “Something for nothing?” Variant, vol. 2 no. 9. Available from URL: <http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~variant/pdfs/issue9/Lowe.pdf&gt;. [Accessed 2000 January 10]. 25-26.

Macleod, K. (undated, c.2000) What would falsify an art practice? Broadside series no. 5. Birmingham: University of Central England.

Macleod, K. (1999a). “The relationship of making to writing” Point, no. 7, Spring/Summer. 4-7.

Macleod, K. (1999b). “New knowledge/art knowledge: Postgraduate research in fine art”, Drawing Fire, vol. 2 no. 3. 35-40.

Macleod, K. (1998). “Research in fine art: Theory, judgement and discourse”, Drawing Fire, vol. 2 no. 2 Winter. 33-37.

Matrix 1, Matrix 2, and Matrix 3D (1988, 1993 and 1995) conference reports, various eds. London: Dali/Central St Martins College of Art and Design.

Newbury, D. (ed.) (1996). Research Guides. Birmingham: The Research Training Initiative, University of Central England.

Payne, Antonia (ed.) (2000). Research and the Artist: Considering the Role of the Art School. Oxford: Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford.

Reason, P. and Rowan, J. (eds.) (1981). Human inquiry: A sourcebook of new paradigm research. Chicester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Schön, D. (1981). The reflective practitioner. New York: Jossey-Bass.

Seago, A. (1995). Research methods for M.Phil. and Ph.D. students in art and design: Contrasts and conflicts, Royal College of Art Research Papers series, vol. 1 no. 3. London: Royal College of Art.

UK Council for Graduate Education, (1997). Practice-based doctorates in the creative and performing arts and design. Coventry: UK Council for Graduate Education.

UK Council for Graduate Education, (1997). Practice-based doctorates in the creative and performing arts and design workshop. Coventry: UK Council for Graduate Education.

Watts, C. (1998). “The art of knowedge”, The Guardian (On Course section), Sat 12th Sep. iv-v.

Wood, J. (2000) “The culture of academic rigour: Does design research really need it?”‘ The Design Journal, vol. 3 vo. 1. 44-49.

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Burgess, R.G. Pole, C.J. & Hockey, J., 1994. Strategies for Managing and Supervising the Social Science PhD. in Burgess, R.G. (ed.), Postgraduate Education and Training in the Social Sciences: Processes and Products, London, Jessica Kingsley, pp.13-33.

Cryer, P., 1997. Handling common dilemmas in supervision, SRHE Issues in Postgraduate Supervision. Teaching and Management, No.2, SRHE, London

Delamont, S. Atkinson, P. & Parry, O., 1997. Supervising the PhD. A guide to success. Open University Press, Buckingham

Delamont, S. Parry, O. & Atkinson, P., 1998. Creating a delicate balance: the doctoral supervisor’s dilemmas. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 3, pp. 157-172.

Hockey, J., 1994. Establishing Boundaries: problems and solutions in managing the PhD supervisors’ role. Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 24, pp. 293-313

Hockey, J., 1995. Change and the Social Science PhD: supervisors’ responses. Oxford Review of Education, 21 (2) pp.195-206.

Hockey, J., 1995. Getting Too Close: a problem and possible solution in social science PhD supervision. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 23 (2) pp.199-210

Hockey, J., 1995. Supervisors’ Troubles: A Contractual Solution in the Social Science PhD. pp. 48-53. Proceedings of: National Postgraduate Council Conference: Research Student Supervision: Management and Practice, University of Bristol, 1-2 August

Hockey, J., 1996. Strategies and Tactics in the Supervision of UK PhD Social Science Students. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 9 (4) pp.481-500.

Hockey, J., 1996. A Contractual Solution to Problems in the Supervision of PhD Degrees in the UK. Studies in Higher Education, 21 (3) pp. 359-371.

Hockey, J., 1996. Motives and Meanings amongst PhD Supervisors in the Social Sciences. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 17 (4) pp.489-506

Hockey, J., 1997. A Complex Craft: United Kingdom PhD Supervision in the social sciences. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 2 (1) pp.45-68

Hockey, J. & Allen-Collinson, J., 2000. The Supervision of Practice-based Research Degrees in Art and Design. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 19 (3) pp. 345-355

Hockey, J., 2003. Art and Design Practice-Based Research Degree Supervision some empirical findings. Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, 2 (2) pp.173-185

Holbrook A. & Johnston S. (eds.), 1999. Supervision of Postgraduate Research in Education. Review of Australian Research in Education No. 5, Victoria, Australia; Australian Association for Research in Education

Okorocha, E., 1997. Supervising international research students. SRHE, Issues in Postgraduate Supervision, Teaching and Management, SRHE, London

Ryan, Y. & Zuber-Skerrit, O. (eds.), 1999. Supervising Postgraduates from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds. Buckingham, SRHE/OU Press

Taylor, S and Beasley, N., 2005. A Hand Book for Doctoral Supervisors, Routledge

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