The deficit doctorate: multimodal solutions to enable differentiated learning

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Brabazon, Tara
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Ishik University
The doctoral space is intricate, complex and convoluted. It is torn between individual and institutional commitments, local and international relationships, standards and standardization. This paper does not atomise or discuss individual doctoral supervision, but instead explores how institutions around the world train supervisors, and also create expectations for student and supervisory relationships. The key is to move beyond experiential ideologies and individual relationships, to understand the supervisory relationship in the broader institutional context and the international environment for research.
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Doctor of Philosophy, Deficit Learning and Teaching, Multimodality, disintermediation, Deterritorialization
Brabazon, T., (2018). The deficit doctorate: multimodal solutions to enable differentiated learning. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies, 4(5): 52-70.