RES 811 Annotated Bibliography.docx - Running head ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY DOCTORAL IDENTITY Annotated Bibliography Doctoral Identity Jenna M Leffring

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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: DOCTORAL IDENTITY Annotated Bibliography: Doctoral Identity Jenna M. Leffring Grand Canyon University: REM 811-0101 December 2, 2019 1
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Annotated Bibliography Baker, V. L., & Pifer, M. J. (2011). The role of relationships in the transition from doctoral student to independent scholar. Studies in Continuing Education , 33 (1), 5-17. doi:10.1080/0158037x.2010.515569 The progression of a doctoral student transforming into an independent student, and the position of relationships throughout that process, is the aspect identified within the research by Baker and Pifer. The research conducted mainly reflects stage two, which is essential for a successful conclusion of a doctoral program. Baker and Pifer rely on a theoretical framework in order to reveal a connection amongst relationships and learning, which accumulates learning networks and socio-cultural perspectives with development. In order to further expand this research, Baker and Pifer use previously researched information to help decide its effectiveness and use interviews as the research method for this study. There were 31 doctoral students studying business and higher education at Valley University interviewed whom recently completed stage two or were currently in stage two. The research was applicable because the students who were interviewed came from varying ethnic groups and the perspectives were taken from both males and females. By using a single research method, the data gathered lacks diversity.
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