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John biggam masters dissertation proposal

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How do I plan a dissertation proposal? How do I clarify my research objectives? How do I conduct a literature review? What is essential to focus on while writing my Master's dissertation? This practical book offers straightforward guidance to help Master's students to clarify their objectives and structure their work in order to produce a successful dissertation. Using case examples of both good and bad student practice, this handbook takes students through each step of the dissertation process, from their initial research proposal to the final submission. The author uses clear illustrations of what students need to do – or not do – to reach their potential, helping them to avoid the most common pitfalls.This essential handbook covers: producing focused and relevant research objectives; writing your literature review; citing your sources correctly; clearly explaining your use of research methods; writing up your findings; summarizing your work by linking your conclusions to your initial proposal; and, understanding marking schemes. Aimed primarily at Master's students or students on short postgraduate courses in business, humanities and the social sciences, this book is also key reading for supervisors and undergraduates considering postgraduate study.show more

Product details

  • Format Hardback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions 154.94 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 589.67g
  • Publication date 12 Sep 2008
  • Publication City/Country Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
  • Language English
  • Illustrations note ill
  • ISBN10 0335227201
  • ISBN13 9780335227204

About John Biggam

John Biggam is a lecturer in I.T. and education at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.

He has many years of experience in teaching Research Methods and supervising dissertation students. He is also editor of the Scottish Online Journal of e-Learning (SOJEL).show more

Table of contents

1.Introduction 2.Preparing for your dissertation 3.The dissertation introduction 4.The literature review 5.Research methods 6.Writing up your findings 7.Concluding your dissertation 8.Finally: writing the abstract 9.Practical issues 10.Summary of good practice to adopt and bad practice to avoidshow more

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