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    Participation as a form of socialization: how a research team can support PhD students in their academic path

    Meschitti, Viviana and Carassa, A. (2014) Participation as a form of socialization: how a research team can support PhD students in their academic path. In: Brankovic, J. and Klemencic, M. and Lazetic, P. and Zgaga, P. (eds.) Global Challenges, Local Responses in Higher Education: The Contemporary Issues in National and Comparative Perspective. Higher Education Research in the 21st Century Series 2 6. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 149-168. ISBN 9789462095816.

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    Abstract

    The dynamics related to how PhD students are progressively integrated into their own disciplinary community, and how they learn the academic profession, represent an underexplored topic in the panorama of higher education studies, especially when considering in-depth investigations of specific institutional settings. Learning the academic profession is a complex and long process, and the integration of a researcher into the disciplinary community represents only its last step.

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