Master's Dissertation Writing
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- Preparing a project from scratch?
- Choosing a topic for investigation?
- Writing a Project Proposal and producing a Literature Review?
- Choosing and implementing appropriate Methodology?
- Applying to interdisciplinary case-studies and 'real-time' examples to illustrate key ideas?
- Carrying out an in-depth analysis of the problem?
- Excellent developing and presenting diagrams, statistics and tables?
- Keeping to a required style of academic papers (HLA, APA, Turabian, Chicago, and Harvard)?
- Conforming to your institution writing conventions?
- Writing in unambiguous, grammatically and stylistically correct English?
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Your Master's Dissertation will contain approximately 7 thoroughly elaborated sections which discuss the topic under investigation step-by-step:
- Introduction, presenting information on the field of study and the question or hypothesis under research. Apart from this, the chapter focuses on the topicality, main objectives, tasks involved in the research, as well as the research novelty, subject and object.
- Literature review, focusing on the researches into your subject carried out by outstanding scientists, whose ideas serve you as the basis of your own research. In addition, we mention here the most up-to-date researches, as well as enumerate the drawbacks of out-dated ones. The more extended is our list of the literature referred, the more argumentative your own research will be.
- Methodology section, mentioning your research question or hypothesis and suggesting one or more appropriate scientific methods with the help of which you can answer your spot question, or prove/reject the hypothesis you have put forward in Introduction. Of no less importance for your dissertation is to convincingly justify the preferred methods of scientific research, stating both their advantages and limitations.
- Findings, outlining a set of findings which make your original scientific contribution to the investigated subject area. Here we extend the notion of 'novelty' briefly mentioned in Introduction by enumerating your finding obtained in the course of the research.
- Evaluation, critically assessing the degree to which you managed to answer the question or prove the hypothesis put forward at the beginning.
- Discussion, comparing your findings obtained in the course of the research with points of view communicated by outstanding scientists presented in Literature Review.
- Conclusions and Recommendations, briefly summing up the whole research, underlining our novelty, findings, as well as giving suggestions for future research.
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