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Dissertation, Thesis

Dissertation is an extensive piece of writing that is based on an in-depth examination of a problem. Dissertations are written to obtain a Ph.D. degree while theses give a chance to become Master. These papers must have a debatable claim and evidence supporting the position. The evidence should be collected using qualitative and/or quantitative methods. A unique perspective on the topic should be offered.



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Chapter I. Introduction: 

  • A problem under discussion.
  • Purpose of the study.
  • Significance/Gap in knowledge that is to be filled in.
  • Research questions.
  • Hypothesis.
  • Objectives. 
  • Thesis presenting the structure of the paper.

Chapter II. Literature Review: It implies making an overview of sources that concern the topic under discussion. The sources should be discussed in sections distinguished according to the common themes, not just one by one.

Chapter III. Methodology:

  • Research design.
  • Variables.
  •  Sample/Population.
  • Instruments/Materials.
  • Procedure.
  • Method of analyzing the results.
  • Limitations.

Chapter IV. Results: It implies telling about the most important findings of the research. No interpretation of the result should be provided. Figures and tables are advisable in this part. 

Chapter V. Discussion/Conclusion:

  • Findings in the context of what is already known about the topic.
  • The importance of findings.
  • Implication of the findings.
  •  Limitation of the research.
  •  Potential ways to continue research.

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