80 per cent of 'writing' is in fact grappling with a logic puzzle involving the ordering of ideas. Beautiful sentences & wordsmithing without the correct structure is like a house with great soft furnishings and no walls or ceilings.
— Jamie Bartlett (@JamieJBartlett) January 2, 2018
Doing qualitative research often feels like playing Jeopardy – you can see the answers (i.e., the patterns you find in your data), but you don't always know the question (i.e., the problem those patterns solve).
— Jess Calarco (@JessicaCalarco) December 21, 2018
— Emma Quilty (@emmaquiltyAnth) November 25, 2018
Writing an academic article (or at least writing it well) is like creating a logic puzzle and then teaching someone else to solve it.
— Jess Calarco (@JessicaCalarco) July 30, 2019
My PhD dissertation plan and how it went illustrated. pic.twitter.com/wiDkeQEASB
— yasn ramazan (@halfscholar) November 22, 2017
Finishing a PhD is like finishing a group project where your partner made a ton of mistakes at the beginning of the assignment. Except your partner is just you 4 years ago.
— John M. Mola (@_JohnMola) May 6, 2019