Buy How to Write Your Undergraduate Dissertation (Palgrave Study Skills) 2nd Bryan Greetham was educated at the universities of Kent and Sussex, UK. Writing a dissertation is like running a marathon: a successful one takes months of careful planning and preparation. This practical guide takes undergraduate. This practical guide takes undergraduate students step-by-step through the process of completing a dissertation, from the initial stages of generating original .
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This practical guide takes undergraduate students step-by-step through the process of completing a brjan, from the initial stages of generating original ideas and planning the project through to writing their first This practical guide takes undergraduate students step-by-step through the process of completing a dissertation, from the initial stages of generating original ideas and planning the project through bgyan writing their first draft and critically reviewing their own work.
It shows students how to choose the most appropriate methods for collecting and analysing their data and how to then integrate this research into their dissertation.
Students will learn how to develop consistent and persuasive arguments and write up their research in a clear and concise style. This book is an essential resource for undergraduates of all disciplines who are required to write a dissertation as part of their degree. Shows students what examiners are looking for and how to achieve the best possible marks Provides guidance on how students can build a strong working relationship with their supervisor Includes learning objectives, examples from a range of disciplines and summaries of key points Contains useful forms, tables and checklists to help students keep on top of their dissertation Highlights the employability skills gained through writing a dissertation Has a companion website with interactive resources, downloadable checklists and additional material.
He is currently engaged in research into moral thinking and the Holocaust, and teaches philosophy at the University of Maryland. Includes expanded material on research ethics Contains two new chapters on presenting research posters and delivering oral presentations.
What Activities Suit You Best? Types of Research 5.
What Interests You Most? Generating Your Own Ideas 1: Using Trigger Questions 7.
Generating Your Own Ideas 2: Perspectives and Levels 8. Developing Your Ideas 1: Developing Your Ideas 2: Original Questions and Hypotheses 1: Original Questions and Hypotheses 2: Searching the Literature 1: Knowing What to Look For Searching the Literature 2: How to Search Choosing the Topic 1: Choosing the Topic 2: Planning Your Research Managing Wrire Time Your Retrieval System Qualitative and Quantitative Research Designing and Distributing Your Questionnaire Qualitative Research — Interviews and Focus Groups The Main Components and Introduction The Literature Review Developing Consistent Arguments 1: Developing Consistent Arguments 2: Creating Causal Connections Clarity Manipulative Words The First Draft Finding Your Own Voice Poster Presentations Conclusion Bibliography Index.
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