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Structure of dissertation

  1. 1. Dissertation Writing Help  Writing a dissertation is a tough job for first time writers  It needs critical thinking and commitment  Student need help for writing a dissertation  The help is available for free or for a fee  The paid help is from professionals  The free help is from different sources such as internet or from friends or teachers  Professional help ensure high quality dissertation free from plagiarism and errors delivered on time  Internet and teachers can be best sources for help as far as free help is concerned  Use the internet to gather information, connect with dissertation writing experts and collaborate with friends and other students from around the world.  Take help from teachers and ask them to guide you throughout the whole process of dissertation writing
  2. 2. Difference b/w Dissertation & Essay Dissertation Essay Dissertation is a detailed formal writing to expand a new point of view from research Essay is short literary piece of writing on a single topic usually giving personal views of the writer Dissertation is normally written for doctorate degree Essays express your opinion on a single topic Dissertation is written for doctorate in universities Essays are normally written in high schools and colleges Dissertation cannot be published in print media such as magazines, newspapers and other print media sources Essays can be published in print media such as newspaper, magazines and other print media sources Writing a dissertation is tough Writing an essay is easy
  3. 3. Things to remember  Try to use clear structure for writing dissertation  Dissertation should be easy to read and simple  Convey your point clearly and concisely  Introduction should be short and attractive  Focus on the main idea  Analyze your data critically to take out new points  Address the research question  Don’t write before establishing your argument  Provide slid proofs to support your arguments  Conduct a literature review  Each paragraph should be connected to next paragraph  Conduct interviews and surveys about your topic  Avoid plagiarism and give proper references  Use a standard format  Give a fitting conclusion  Make limitation of your study clear
  4. 4. Dissertation Writing Formats There are many formats for dissertation writing. Some of the common formats are :  HARVARD DISSERTATION FORMAT Harvard dissertation format is a unique format and does not contain a running head. References are briefly cited in between texts. Bibliography is mentioned if required.  CHICAGO DISSERTATION FORMAT Chicago dissertation format has two styles. The author-date style is preferred by natural and physical science. The notes and bibliography style is preferred by literature and arts.  TURABIAN IDSSERTATION FORMAT Turabian dissertation format is similar to Chicago dissertation format. The difference is that subscript are used in end note and foot note in texts.
  5. 5. Professionalism in Dissertation Writing  Make a plan and stick to it.  Contact dissertation writing experts who have years of experience in writing dissertation  Ask for important tips and follow those tips to write your dissertation.  Use appropriate language used for academic writing and dissertation writing  Identify your audience and tailor your dissertation accordingly  Organize the content, read it carefully then start writing  Meet with your supervisor regularly and brief him about your progress  Take feedback from supervisor on your work and correct the mistakes  Re-draft and check your work  Proofread your work  Remove errors if any before final submission  Work in small sessions and take breaks after each session  Be consistent and write daily
  6. 6. Structure of Dissertation The general structure of dissertation is given below  Abstract: Summarize your dissertation in few sentences.  Introduction: Briefly discuss the problems you are going to address and context of your dissertation.  Literature Review: What research has been done before on this topic Compare your work with their work.  Body: Discuss your dissertation main idea in detail with supporting proofs. Which methods are you using and why?  Findings: Results you get from your research and proof for your hypothesis.  Implementation: Did your finding and research solved all the issues that were raised by literature review?  Conclusion: Does your research made any impact in your field? What type of contribution your research made to the field
  7. 7. Result oriented writing  Define and discuss your topic from different viewpoints such as culture, society etc  Research about the prime factor which initially provides a particular idea or theme  Focus more on the argument  Use any resource possible to achieve your goal  Provide counter argument and give contradictory reasoning  Give your opinion in the end  Conduct critical analysis of theories and other researchers views about your topic  Encompass all the important ideas about the topic  Clearly state the results you got from your research findings  Goal is achieved or not if not what are the weaknesses left  Give an appropriate conclusions  Citation should be clear
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