Born and raised in Pentwater, Mich., Lites received a bachelor of arts degree with highest honors from the University of Michigan in 1975 and graduated cum laude from Wayne State (MI) University Law School in 1978. He specialized in litigation and labor contract negotiations when he practiced law. Jim and his wife, Kim, reside in Frisco.
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And Keihnen, E. And Keskitalo, R. And Knoche, J. Research into doctoral student learning has focused on stages of the learning journey (Wisker, Morris, Cheng, Masika, Warnes, Lilly, Trafford Robinson, 2010), communities (Wisker, G., Robinson, G., Trafford, V., Warnes, M., Creighton, E., 2003; Vekkaila, Pyhlt Lonka, 2013; Wisker Morris, 2010; Holbrook, Dally, Cantwell, Scevak, Bourke Lovat, 2003) and doctoral ‘orphans’ (Wisker Robinson, 2012). Building on that earlier work, this research is concerned with how doctoral students identify and deal with two kinds of blockage in their research learning journey: problems with the supervisor, and a struggle with writing or articulation. Students report silencing, loss of confidence and paralysis in their work with each of these blockages, but offer evidence of strategies which can overcome the problems so that they move on in their research and writing.