Posted: July 25th, 2016
Abstract (executive summary) (avout 1,000 words) already finished Introduction Chapter already finished Literature Review Chapter Research Methodology Chapter ( about 2,000 words) Findings Chapter (2,000 words) Discussions Chapter (2,000 words) Conclusion & Recommendations Chapters (1500 words) this is the outline of this dissertation, the writer need to write all the parts except the introduction and the Literature Review. i will also send the introduction and the Literature Review part of the dissertation, please put it in to the whole dissertation. many thanks! Methodology: This section evaluates and justifies the research methodology that will be used to obtain the data to answer the research questions. It states the research problem, discusses the operationalisation of hypotheses (where relevant), discusses the research instrument used, the method of collecting the data â including sampling, the analysis of the data and the validity and reliability of data. It should contain enough detail to allow someone else to repeat your study. Results: You should present your data in an appropriate form, which may include tables, graphs or in the case of qualitative data, verbatim quotes. Select the format that best suits your data, and do not present your data in more than one form. Ensure that the text around your presented data pulls out the key findings, rather than repeats what is already given. A table/figure should never be presented without supporting text. Tables and figures should be clearly and consistently labelled either above or below, and the reader should be able to understand the table/figure from the title without referring to the text for explanations. Units of measurement, the year to which the data refer, geographical area covered, and sources should be clearly stated. The labels in the text and in the lists should correspond exactly. Critical analysis and discussion: It can be hard to know which section to discuss your results â this or the preceding one â and you may decide to combine these two sections into one or more chapters based on theme, depending on your topic and your supervisorâs views. However, what is vital is that your Dissertation contains sufficient analytical discussion in addition to the more descriptive âscene settingâ material of the literature review sections, and presentation of results. It is here that you will compare and contrast your findings with those already reported in the literature. Conclusions: Here you need to answer the âSo what?â question. What significance do your research findings have? For whom? Why? and How? In this chapter you link the research problem with literature review and findings, stating what you can conclude based on the work conducted. Based on your conclusions you should comment on managerial implications, the limitations of the research, suggest further work and better ways to resolve the problem. Full list of references used in the dissertation: You should provide correctly formatted bibliographic details for every citation included in the dissertation. Do not include material which is not referred to in your text (also see Section 8.0 below on referencing and academic misconduct). Appendices: Often misused and misunderstood, an appendix should only be used to include supplementary (but nonessential) material which, if included, would disrupt the flow of the text. Appendices are not marked so do not include any vital information, e.g.: results of analysis, in one if you want the content to be considered as part of the assessment. Appendices do not contribute to the overall word length
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