Acknowledgement I would like to express my thanks to my advisor, for his suggestions, comments, patience and understanding. Very special thanks to my parents, my father, my mother, my brother and my sister who were continuously supporting me throughout my life and leaving me free in all my decisions.
Hey Intelligent Student, You’ve spent the summer writing your dissertation, and you’re almost done right? Wait a minute. There are a few things you should do before you submit that oh-so-wonderful-goddamn-document. Like praying furiously, fasting, donating to charity and WritePass. But before you do any of those… do these first:
Good news! Summer is here and for most students, this means beers, BBQ’s and Summer holidays! However, for some Students this is only the beginning; instead of celebrating the end of exams and essays, these poor souls will be at the start of a long 3-month journey of writing their dissertation. Dissertations can be daunting […]
So, you are starting to think about your dissertation, and you’ve grasped the basics including the difference between primary and secondary research. However, understanding what the differences are won’t necessarily help you to decide whether you should go for a secondary-data based, literature-review style dissertation, or get to grips with primary research. This guide […]
Chapter 1 Introduction: Slavery is one of the most controversial themes in the history of the United States; throughout much of the past century historians have debated, sometimes quite heatedly, various interpretations of this area. For the purpose of this dissertation, the personal relationships amongst the enslaved will be the subject being examined.
The following article could be used as inspiration for dissertation ideas in international development or in developing countries. The dissertation ideas here cover post-colonial Africa, the resource curse, HIV / AIDs, and investment in developing countries.
1. Introduction to Engineering Dissertations The field of engineering elapses across a wide range of academic disciplines that are starkly distinguished from each other. Researches within this field mostly involves finding new ways to improve human life and developing new methods, materials, designs for existing solutions.
The following article represents a dissertation guide that undergraduate and master level law students could use for international law. This guide could assist you in writing a dissertation on a comparative analysis of anti-money laundering laws in the UK and Cyprus… to see which one works best.
Subject – Comparative Politics of Europe Topic – The Dictatorship of Parties: a Study of Partitocracy in Italy Abstract: This qualitative study aims to estimate the role of parties in the Italian political system and to evaluate the specific position of the Italian parties as vessels for power. This study will attempt to reveal the […]
The following guide represents a WritePass writer’s view on how he would approach a law dissertation on the accession of Turkey into the European Union. The guide presents a background of the writer’s education, his understand of the topic and how he would tackle it.
Subject – US Foreign Policy Topic: Neo-imperialism in US Foreign Policy Abstract: This dissertation will study neo-imperialism as a stance in US Foreign Policy. It will argue that the basic characteristics of US Foreign Policy relate to ideology and policy.
1.0. Introduction The aim of this guide is to aid in selecting an education dissertation topic and to give practical assistance in how to structure said work. Education dissertations cover a wide range, from child development and early years education to the impact of government policy. Generally, writing an Education dissertation involves careful selection […]
The following dissertation guide seeks to investigate how wireless mobile communication technology could be implemented in rural areas of Nigeria, to help assist Public Health concerns.
1.0 Introduction A number of issues that fall within the category of social science form the foundation of an in-depth and extensive research on any sociology topic. This article provides suggestions into a number of sociology dissertation topics covering ten areas of study under social science.
The discussion section of your dissertation is the one which is the real “nitty-gritty” the culmination of all your research work should be outlined in this section. It is here that you interpret your data and this means that you will have to refer the reader back to the tables in your results or findings […]
You are probably a member of several social networks and should consider using them for your research. Sometimes you need to do a survey and you may not be able to conduct as many face-to-face interviews as you would like or need for you dissertation. This is where social networks such as Linkedin have their […]
Over the period of your taught Master’s degree course you will have found tutors whom you like and some whom you don’t get on with very well. When choosing your dissertation topic, you should choose an area in which a tutor you get along with can supervise. Many post-graduate students are lost when it comes […]
To write a good conclusion you need to go back to your dissertation title and your Introduction. What you do in this section is to summarize what can now be stated about the title. This should be a brief paragraph, or simply a sentence or two. You have to join the beginning with the conclusion […]