Waikato Journal of Education
Special Issue: Navigating unexpected terrain in postgraduate research: Reflections from the field

Special Issue: Navigating unexpected terrain in postgraduate research:

Hossein Hosseini, Laura Gurney
1-5
Conceptualising “unexpectedness” during the doctorate: Reflections from the field
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Nicolina Newcombe, Kerry Earl Rinehart
7-10
On the doctoral journey: An introduction to articles in this issue
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Thomas Everth
11-17
On Snakes and Ladders: Ontological detours into quantum physics from my PhD in education
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Hossein Hosseini
19-25
Contestations over Hijrat and postcoloniality: Forming a theoretical framework for the doctoral journey
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Nicolina Newcombe
27-32
Reflecting on an unexpected challenge in obtaining ethical approval for research with adults with learning disabilities
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Devendra Adhikari
33-39
'Being' with research participants: Experiences of doing narrative research in the Covid-19 pandemic
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Eric Adjei Baah
41-45
Navigating participant apprehension: A case of investigating the teaching of Literature in English (LiE) in Ghana
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Devika Rathore
47-51
Overcoming data collection challenges and establishing trustworthiness: The need for flexibility and responsiveness in research
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Jia Rong Yap
53-57
Navigating (mis)assumptions in exploring teachers’ knowledge and practice of multiliteracies pedagogy
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Nutthida Tachaiyaphum
59-64
The global pandemic and a shift in research methods: Applying digital-based methods to educational research in applied linguistics
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Sharuda Saeed
65-71
Online action research in the Maldives amidst the Covid-19 pandemic: Unexpected challenges
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Emela Achu Fenmachi
73-78
New approaches to data collection with research participants: Distance learning in Cameroon
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Mairaj Jafri
79-84
Addressing issues of missing values in the survey research of high school mathematics teachers' digital competencies
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Zahra Mohamed
85-90
Contending with the unforeseen “messiness” of the qualitative data analysis process
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Julie Hest
91-95
An unexpected journey: From typing to dictating a thesis
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Atif Khalil
97-101
Challenges in doctoral socialisation: A researcher’s reflective experience
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Renée Gilgen
103-108
Afterword: On the unexpected challenges of doctoral studies in Aotearoa New Zealand: An indigenous Māori perspective
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