How does writing dissertation look like

What will your methodology be? Is this appropriate for the time scale and resources you have? If you are going to use questionnaires, what is the best way to use them? Face to face? Or by post? Is your research observational or experimental? Qualitative or quantitative? If you are unsure of your methodology you must seek dissertation help as early as you can in order to avoid wasting valuable time on research and findings that will not be used.

writing your dissertation

How you actually write your dissertations are, to some degree, dependent on the conventions within your discipline, your institution and your choice of methodology. For example, science-based dissertations will usually be set out as follows:
• Abstract (summary)
• Contents (as standard)
• Introduction (define your terms and justify your research)
• Literature Review (what research exists and what else has been published on this subject?)
• Methodology (how are you going to actually carry out the research?)
• Findings/Results (present your results as they are, with no discussion)
• Discussion (analyze and discuss your results; refer to authors mentioned in your literature review)
• Conclusion (what conclusions have you come to and what further research could be conducted)
• References (authors and organizations you have actually cited in your work)
Bibliography (this is where you list all other sources that may have had an influence on your work, but were not directly cited in the body of the dissertation)
Appendices (samples of what you used to attain your results, for example, your questionnaire, if you used one)

Also arts-based dissertations might be organized like this:
• Abstract
• Contents
Your dissertation introduction, including the literature review and methodology. This is where you situate your work in relation to other research Chapters discussing thesis itself
• Conclusion
• References
• Bibliography
However you choose to write and present your dissertations, it is essential to remain focused and to stay in touch with your supervisor or tutor for regular dissertation help. Remember the importance of spelling, punctuation and grammar. If these are not your strong points, employ someone else to proof-read it, including the references and bibliography. Finally, a word of advice: you cannot over-plan dissertations, but you can severely under-plan them and spend weeks, months or years struggling unnecessarily.
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