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Reva

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About Reva

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    2018 Fall

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  1. Hello, I'm an MA graduate and future PhD applicant from a non-European, non-American country. I read empirical journal articles in sociology and nearby fields, but I always notice only a description of data collection and analysis and usually no appendices. Please, how do high-quality publishers verify the claims made in sections dedicated to methods description? Does it happen in the background? How can it happen if the article is produced by international authors? Is the description enough? And in the case of ethical issues, how do they verify the ethics of the research, especially
  2. I found the "mostly irrelevant," independent five-year interesting. Thank you for sharing your experience.
  3. Hello, Please have a look at my profile page for more information "about me." I want to include details there to delete later. Building on what's on the "about me" page, I'm half-way through my gap year, which I've split into three main goals: refining my research agenda, learning German from zero to C1, and preparing for PhD applications (GRE, LOR, etc.). The decision to learn German (which I formulated one and a half years ago and never questioned) made this transitional experience (M.A. at home to PhD abroad) more challenging. Students from similar backgrounds (non-native Eng
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