Much has been written about various changes made to doctoral regulations in order to accommodate professional and practice-based doctoral research programmes. These changes are sometimes disparaged by those in more established disbiplines as "special pleading". Our view is to the contrary: that, far from being distractive, such changes generally turn out also to be dvantageous to "conventional" PhD programmes.
|Title of host publication
|Procs of the 2nd International Conference on Professional Doctorates, 20-21 April 2011
|UK Council for Graduate Education
|Published - 2011