In his poem The Hollow Men, T. S. Eliot talks about the hollowness that arises from failing to make choices and take actions that are available and falling into the shadow, the lesser place and the lesser being. Research higher degree programs can resemble these situations and be 'simply academic' if candidates are not courageous, insightful or diligent and if supervisors and systems are restrictive, unsupportive or uninterested. In this chapter we present an alternative, positive, fruitful path in research degrees...
|Title of host publication||Creative spaces for qualitative researching|
|Subtitle of host publication||Living research|
|Editors||Joy Higgs, Angie Titchen, Debbie Horsfall, Donna Bridges|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam|
|Number of pages||10|
|ISBN (Print)||9789460917592, 9789460917608|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Name||Practice, education, work and society|
Higgs, J., & Cherry, N. (2011). Creative partnerships in research degree programs: Towards collaborative realisations. In J. Higgs, A. Titchen, D. Horsfall, & D. Bridges (Eds.), Creative spaces for qualitative researching: Living research (Vol. 5, pp. 257-266). ( Practice, education, work and society ; Vol. 5). Sense Publishers.