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Participatory Action Research. London, UK: Sage Publications. Zuber-Skerritt, O. (1992). Action Research in Higher Education. London, UK: Kogan Page. 1 Some common fears and worries about research A number of concerns tend to crop up consistently when faced with a research remit, most of which derive from a lack of confidence with respect to the prospective researcher’s ability to ‘do research’ and all that this signifies. Worries commonly pertain to: • • • • • • • • • • Formulating a research objective and/or set of hypotheses; Gathering relevant research material; Making decisions about what to do and how; Obtaining and/or constructing means for assessing and measuring a given phenomenon; Getting it ‘right’ and making the ‘right’ decisions; Getting access to an appropriate and adequate sample; Data analysis, especially that involving the use of statistics; Getting a significant result; Getting it all done in time; The protocol for writing up.
Bear in mind that this is more likely to be due to misunderstanding about the role of the supervisor and of what each can expect from the other than any malevolence on the part of the supervisor. 3 Project planning The first step is to agree a project plan with your supervisor. g. g. ). Identify time-scales with your supervisor for the achievement of each milestone and completion of each project phase. g. difficulties in obtaining access or obtaining measures, holidays and sickness), taking into account your own circumstances in combination with those of your supervisor.