How to Write a Winning Dissertation

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Writing a dissertation requires mastery of research methods for valid
and reliable data collection, availability of all the resources and
perfection of dissertation format, structure and citation styles. This
article offers some guiltiness about how to write a winning

Dissertation writing certainly is very challenging and time consuming
task. Writing a dissertation requires to set before clear aims and
objectives, define the research approach and methods and achieve the
objectives with valid and reliable results.

Dissertation Writing ( ) is the most vital and
exigent task for students. It is in fact a real test of their academic
learning, mastery of the language, and command of expression. For
students, dissertation writing has become an adamant task because of
countless reasons. The most obvious reason why students fail in
writing a good dissertation is that they don=92t give due attention to
its format, structure and the citation style.

The proper format of masters dissertation is very important and it
should be consistent throughout to offer a professional look. Mostly,
universities prefer times new roman 12 font size with 1.5=94 margin on
both sides to allow binding.

The proper structure of any acceptable dissertation is:

1.    Dissertation title

2.    Dissertation acknowledgment

3.    Dissertation abstract

4.    Table of contents

5.    Dissertation Introduction

6.    Dissertation Literature review

7.    Dissertation methodology

8.    Dissertation results

9.    Dissertation conclusion

Some universities prefer to break the dissertation even to six or
seven chapters. For this purpose, the results are presented in fourth
chapter while a critical analysis of these results is presented in
fifth chapter. Then conclusion is offered in chapter six and in the
seventh chapter dissertation recommendation and limitations are

Finally, the citation style is also very important and if students
fail to follow the given citation style by the university they are
sure to fail and lose their valuable degree. Citation is must for any
academic writing and every reference to any research of the author
must be quoted using the required citation style. For example, in UK
universities Harvard citation style and APA citation style are mostly
used. In order to be familiar with these citation styles, there is a
lot of material on internet and APA citation examples as well as
Harvard citation examples can be found easily.

Besides the format, structure and the citation style, choosing the
proper research methodology is very critical for data collection
process. There are two kinds of data collected for academic research:
primary and the secondary. The secondary data comes from the already
written sources like books, articles, journals and information
available from web. On the other hand, the primary data is collected
personally through interviews, case study, and surveys.

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Re: How to Write a Winning Dissertation

Karis Lee wrote:
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Yes, and, how about sending your dissertation out willy-nilly to anyone
who can accept it?  Like anyone with a postal or email address?

How's that a good strategy?  Well, it's good if your goal is to piss
people off.

Sorry.  Once in a while spam just gets to me.  I apologize for the vent.

Ed Mullen /
"I don't think I handle the notes much differently from other pianists.
But the pauses between the notes - ah, there is where the artistry
lies!" - Artur Schnabel

Re: How to Write a Winning Dissertation

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That's ok - apparently, the author of the original spam likes to
encourage guilt in others...

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 Karis Lee wrote:
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I wonder if they have a section on proof-reading, and the dangers of
relying on spell-check programs?

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