Sample dissertation

Sample dissertation

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Dissertation is a very laborious and time consuming exercise. Writing a dissertation will require regular and painstaking work from a person, which means a significant investment of time. It is advisable to entrust the writing of the dissertation to professionals who know exactly how and where to find the necessary sources of information, process the resulting amount of data and help you to deeply and in a new way reveal the research topic.
Here is the sample dissertation that candidate dissertation usually has to follow:
the 1st page is of course the title page;
then comes the table of contents and content;
if there is, then you should definitely indicate the list of abbreviations that you used;
introduction;
4-5 chapters;
conclusion (may be absent, but it is better to write it);
findings;
practical recommendations (in theses on pedagogy and psychology);
bibliography;
applications (required);
Introduction (2-7 pages). You must explain your choice of research topic, reflect its timeliness, show scientific innovation, theoretical and practical significance of the work.
The first chapter of the sample dissertation (21-42 pages) is a review and analysis of literary sources on the research topic (if you didn’t write it yourself, we advise you to study this literature in detail). It is best to examine the state in which the chosen direction is at the moment, what has already been done by others, what is not clear on your question and therefore requires careful consideration. If your dissertation topic deals with several problems, then it is better if the chapter has paragraphs (they are numbered as 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc.). The logical conclusion of the chapter of the first chapter will be the formulation of the goal, the objectives of the research, the hypothesis (which you intend to get as a result of the research) and the main points to be defended.
The second chapter of the sample dissertation (9-11 pages) usually contains a description of the method of work. It is necessary to set forth the experiment in detail, describe the technique used by the apparatus, describe the subjects in detail.
The third chapter (61-91 page). It describes the results of the study. Usually write the data in the tables, illustrations of the results, as well as your explanations on their data. This chapter is the largest and best divided into paragraphs. If your study is very large and contains a lot of information, without which the dissertation would be incomplete, it is better to add another chapter (and then there will be five, not four).
Chapter four (pages 21-31) describes the results obtained, compares your data with those of previous authors on the same topic.
Usually there are as many conclusions as there are tasks, but it happens that two tasks come to one task. Try to match the findings to the tasks.