Winning Research Funding

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Routledge, Mar 8, 2019 - Education - 232 pages
This book gives advice on writing and successful publication following completion of the research project and features real-life case studies and interviews throughout. It explains how to build and maintain a relationship with the research partner, thereby assisting future research.
 

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Contents

List of tables
Preface
Acknowledgements
YOUR RESEARCH FOCUS
Why do we need funded research?
Why look for research funding?
Research issues
Outcomes and outputs
BUILDING THE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP
Assessing partner needs
Managing your personal profile
Writing proposals
Presentations
A word from your sponsors
How proposals are assessed and chosen
MAINTAINING THE RESEARCH

What is good research?
The value of research
Teams and networks
IDENTIFYING YOUR RESEARCH PARTNER
The benefits of research partnerships
Primary funders
Working with the corporate sector
Managing the research partnership
Monitoring and evaluation
Research and quality management
Writing better writing faster
Publication planning
Bibliography
Index

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Abby Day Peters advises publishers, academics and universities on how to improve their working relationships and get quality books and articles published. Her career for the past twenty-five years covers journalism, editing, writing, publishing, teaching and consulting in organisations in Europe, North America, Australia, and South-East Asia. She is the best-selling author of How to Get Research Published in Journals and co-author of several other books about writing and publishing. Her How to Get Published workshops are popular events in colleges and universities worldwide. She is currently undertaking doctoral research in Sociology at Lancaster University.

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