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Exploring graduate supervision from a constructivist standpoint, this book offers an original look at the graduate supervisory practices and pedagogies at The University of the West Indies and The University of the South Pacific. Highlighting the ad hoc nature of graduate research supervision and the problems associated with their implementation, this volume examines the impact that unformalized supervisory arrangements have on both the students and their supervisors at these tertiary institutions, and draws connections to institutions in other parts of the developing world.
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Danielle Watson is Lecturer of Social Sciences at The University of the South Pacific, Fiji. Erik Blair is Academic Developer at London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
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