writing a dissertation

writing a dissertation

• Once you have planned and structured your dissertation, you can write in any order you like. You may prefer to write the introduction towards the end, and the abstract last.
• Edit your work as you go along. You could write in the morning and edit in the afternoon.

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Last Updated: March 1, 2020 References

A dissertation is a subject you chose for yourself. The first usage of the word in the English language in 1651 also gives a useful starting definition: “an extended written treatment of a subject”.
There are some obvious differences: an essay is relatively short – usually 1500 to 2500 words – and you are told clearly what to do by someone else. For example: Describe and evaluate major theories of globalisation.

References:

http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Dissertation
http://www.rlf.org.uk/resources/what-is-a-dissertation-how-is-it-different-from-an-essay/
http://books.google.com/books/about/Writing_Your_Dissertation_in_Fifteen_Min.html?id=q5bGvErV1lgC&source=kp_cover

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