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P H D MOSAIC STIVAL PASCASISWAZAH 2018 Date: 10 t h December 2018 Time: 1600-1715
P H D MOSAIC STIVAL PASCASISWAZAH 2018 Date: 10 t h December 2018 Time: 1600-1715

PHD

MOSAIC

STIVAL PASCASISWAZAH 2018

P H D MOSAIC STIVAL PASCASISWAZAH 2018 Date: 10 t h December 2018 Time: 1600-1715 Venue:

Date: 10 th December 2018 Time: 1600-1715

Venue: University Islam Antarabangsa KUIS

Presenter: Nor Aida Abdul Rahman (PhD)

Dr. Nor Aida Abdul Rahman

Head of Aviation Management

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF AVIATION TECHNOLOGY (UNIKL MIAT)

PhD in Supply Chain Management, UK

3PL, 4PL, Halal Logistics & SCM, Logistics

Branding, PBL in SCM teaching AVIRES

Publications: IMM, IJSCM, JIM etc

Research grants: FRGS & STRg

HALAL JAKIM Certified Trainer PSMB Certified Trainer

Chartered Member (CILTM)

Academy of Marketing UK UniKL Halal Professional Board External Advisor for Cybernetic College (Aviation Management)

Academy of Marketing UK UniKL Halal Professional Board External Advisor for Cybernetic College (Aviation Management)
Academy of Marketing UK UniKL Halal Professional Board External Advisor for Cybernetic College (Aviation Management)
Academy of Marketing UK UniKL Halal Professional Board External Advisor for Cybernetic College (Aviation Management)
Academy of Marketing UK UniKL Halal Professional Board External Advisor for Cybernetic College (Aviation Management)

WHAT IS PHD

MOSAIC?

ESSENTIALS???

Why PhD Mosaic? -to identify loopholes
Why PhD Mosaic?
-to identify loopholes
WHAT IS PHD MOSAIC? ESSENTIALS??? Why PhD Mosaic? -to identify loopholes
WHAT IS PHD MOSAIC? ESSENTIALS??? Why PhD Mosaic? -to identify loopholes
LIFE AS A POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

LIFE AS A

POSTGRADUATE

STUDENTS

LIFE AS A POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS
LIFE AS A POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

What is PhD and what makes a good PhD research?

What is PhD and what makes a good PhD research? Logical, novel, realistic, contribution, original, valid

Logical, novel,

realistic,

contribution, original, valid measurement

Verify you as a professional researcher

Relevant, appropriate and justifiable research

methods

Real and balanced research

Solve the problem

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BE

CLEAR!!!

TESTING / RE TESTING DISPROOFING
TESTING /
RE
TESTING
DISPROOFING

BUILDING

VALIDATING What your research is all about CONFIRMING EXTENDING EXPLORING OR EXPLANING
VALIDATING
What your
research is all
about
CONFIRMING
EXTENDING
EXPLORING OR
EXPLANING

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Conclusion

Discussion

Methodology

findings

Research

Thesis Mosaic

Discussion Methodology findings Research Thesis Mosaic  Type of PhD  Problem Statement LR Focal theory
 Type of PhD  Problem Statement LR Focal theory Key
Type of PhD
Problem
Statement
LR
Focal
theory
Key

Supervisor selection University

LR Focal theory Key Supervisor selection  University  Supervisor – supervisee relationship  Proposal

Supervisor supervisee relationship

Proposal defence & upgrading

Submission and VIVA process

Publications

Do & Dont’s

Others

Your research

Research Mosaic

CHAPTER 1 • Overview • Problem, RQ, RO CHAPTER 2 • Background theory • Past
CHAPTER 1
• Overview
• Problem, RQ, RO
CHAPTER 2
• Background theory
• Past studies
CHAPTER 3
• Focal theory
• Conceptual/ theoretical/ research?
Chapter 4
• Methodology
• Data theory
• Collection, Analysis, Validity & reliability
Chapter 5
• Key findings
Chapter 6
• Discussion
Chapter 7

What is the

purpose of writing each chapter???

What is Research?
What is Research?
What is Research?

What is Research?

Terms in Research
Terms in Research
Terms in Research

Terms in Research

Working title

Research Gap

Problem, Aim, RQ, RO

Setting / context

Article Journal

Journal

Publisher

Database

LR

Keyword

Keyword Plus

Taxonomy

Variable independent / dependent

Antecedents and consequences (outcome)

Hypothesis / propositions

Conceptual Model

Conceptual Framework

Revised Model/ Revised Framework

Positions

Background Theory

Focal Theory

Research scope; research limitation

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Construct

First order Construct

Second Order Construct

Data Theory

Methodology, method, techniques, tools

Research approach

Secondary data, Primary

Data

Unit of Analysis

Population/ Sampling

Analysis, Finding

Suggestion, Recommendation, Limitation

Figure, Table

Research ethics

Generalisation

Transferability

Validity

Reliability

Trustworthiness

Rigor

Triangulation

Novelty

Research tools

Contribution

Axiology

Ontology

Epistemology

Cross sectional

Longitudinal

Robustness

Rigor

Reliability

Validity

Triangulation

Saturation

Codes

Category

Themes

Coding

Nodes

Research design

Data Analysis

Construct/ sub

construct

Sampling

Population

Unit of Analysis

Ethics

In vivo

Research design

Research method

Research tools

Items

Scales

Research technique

Pragmatism

Positivism

Interpretivism

Theory testing

Theory building

Research method

Exploratory factor analysis

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Content analysis

Credibility

Noema

Noesis

Transferability

Bracketing

Credibility

Intuition

Descriptive

Dependability

Confirmability

Analysis

Data

Nominal

Ordinal

Philosophical stance

Paradigm

Research ethics

Posteriori / prior theme

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Hypothesis

Proposition

Validation

Truthful

Probing

Reflexivity

Fittingness

Auditability

Pilot test

Memo

Memoing

Exploratory

Explanatory

Sequential explanatory

Sequential exploratory

Theory triangulation

Sampling procedure

Research technique

Probing

Category

Trustworthiness

Validity

Reliability

Transferability

Objectivity

Subjectivity

Deductive

Inductive

Credibility

Emic

Epistemic break

In vivo code

Thematic

Robust

Tools

Techniques

CAQDAS

Coding

• Tools • Techniques • CAQDAS • Coding  Many school of thought  What is

Many school of

thought What is acceptable in your field Show evidence Reference

HEART OF ANY RESEARCH Problem Statement
HEART OF
ANY
RESEARCH
Problem
Statement

Working title Research Gap Research Problem Problem statement Research Aim Research questions Research Objectives

COMPONENTS IN RESEARCH PROBLEM

1. Principal Proposition (PP)

2. Interacting Proposition (IP)

3. Speculating Proposition (SP)

4. Explicative Statement (ES)

Literature

Review

(LR)

Literature Review (LR)  Purpose of LR  Major steps in LR  Classification/ taxonomy 

Purpose of LR

Major steps in LR Classification/ taxonomy Tools in LR

How to avoid plagiarism

Finding top article How to structure your LR Critical thinking in LR

How to develop your conceptual framework/ model How to write a hypotheses /

propositions

Three important things in Focal theory

Table of hypotheses, variables, references
Table of
hypotheses,
variables,
references

Conceptual

Model/

Theoretical/

Research

Framework

Linking your taxonomy with

focal the theory

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Research

Methodology

Research M e t h o d o l o g y  Research methodology 

Research methodology Research design

Research method / strategy Data collection method,

technique, tools

Data analysis method, technique, tools Research ethics

QUANTITATIVE  Cross sectional  Positivist / positivism  Deductive  Theory testing 

QUANTITATIVE

Cross sectional

Positivist / positivism

Deductive

Theory testing

Reductionist

Objectivism / Objective

Hypothetico deductive

Adopting

Explanatory / Explainable

Detach

Numerical

Hypothesis

QUALITATIVE

Longitudinal

Interpretivist / interpretivism

Inductive

Theory building

Integrationist

Subjectivism / Subjective

Inductive reasoning logic

Adapting

Exploratory / Explorable

Attach

Textual

Proposition

Research strategy/ Research method

Research strategy/ Research method

 
 

Phenomenology

Questionnaire Survey

 

Case study

 

Interview Survey

 

Grounded theory

 

Observation

 

Delphi method

 

Netnography

 

Mixed method

 

Action Research

 

Ethnography

 

Decision Traits

 

Phenomenography

 

Narrative

 

Focus Group Discussion

 

Discourse

Leading Authors/ Key Reference Recent And Old References Process/ Procedure Data Collection Method, Technique, Tools

Data Analysis Method, Technique, Tools

Sampling Procedure, Ethics Validity, Reliability, Trustworthiness Issue

Research Strategy Research Approach Research Method Data Collection Data Analysis Trustworthines s criteria Method
Research Strategy
Research Approach
Research Method
Data Collection
Data Analysis
Trustworthines
s criteria
Method
Techniq
Tools
Method
Techniq
Tools
ue
ue
Survey
Validity
Reliability
Case study
Objective
(VRO)
Mixed Method
-Quantitative-
Grounded theory
Phenomenology
Credibility
Focus Group
Transferability
Discussion
Dependability
Confirmablity
Delphi method
(CTDC)
Ethnography
Netnography
Phenomenograph
Bracketing
y
Intuition
Action research
(noema &
noesis)
Narrative
Analysis
Descriptive
Observation
(BIAD)
Media analysis
-Qualitative-
Biography
Discourse
Document search
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Pragmatism
Interpretivist
Positivist
Philosophical
stance
Qualitative
Quantitative
Research
methodology
Population and
sampling
Organizations
Industry
Divisio
Group
Dyad
Individ
Unit of Analysis
n
ual
Ethics

Discussion

Discussion  Revised conceptual vs revised theoretical model  Revised hypothesis / proposition  Limitations

Revised conceptual vs revised theoretical model

Revised hypothesis / proposition Limitations

Conclusion

Conclusion  Achievement of the research objectives  Research limitation  Key contribution – theory,

Achievement of the research objectives

Research limitation

Key contribution theory, social, practical, policy maker, methodological, etc

Future research agenda

Reference

PROPOSAL DEFENSE & RESEARCH TIMELINE

• WHEN • SUPERVISOR
• WHEN
• SUPERVISOR
• EXAMINER • WHAT’S NEXT
• EXAMINER
• WHAT’S
NEXT

WHAT’s NEXT?

PUBLICATIONS PLAGIARISM VIVA
PUBLICATIONS
PLAGIARISM
VIVA

COMMUNICATE

YOUR RESEARCH

VIVA

Chapter

to

Chapter

Approach

V I V A Chapter to Chapter Approach Random Approach  Have to be prepared for
V I V A Chapter to Chapter Approach Random Approach  Have to be prepared for

Random

Approach

Have to be prepared for the both

approach! can ask SV too if he knows what approach would the examiner use.

Greet the examiner.

Always listen to the questions from the external and internal carefully, before answer the question.

Always give a short answer and

precise. But do explain more in

detail when they asked.

Never apologize for any lack of the thesis. But do admit there is a

mistake but tell the examiner,

Thank you and I’m aware of it.

Any lacking in this thesis gonna be my limitation.

VIVA checklist

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