When writing the dissertation it is important to consider the following: The dissertation should be analytical rather than descriptive Structure 1. Title Page 2. Dissertation declaration 3. Abstract (and stated word count) 4. Acknowledgements (optional) 5. Table of Contents 6. List of Tables and List of Figures 7. Introduction 8. Literature Review 9. Research Methodology 10. Results and Discussion 11. Conclusions and Recommendations 12. References 13. Appendices While the dissertation follows this sequence, it is often drafted in a very different order, e.g. the introduction is often the last major section to be completed. 1. Title Page 3. Abstract This is a summary of about 250-300 words (a maximum of one side of double-spaced A4), which describes the topic under examination and outlines the research aim, objectives and methods of the study. It should also give a brief resume of the main findings, conclusions and recommendations. At the base of this page you are required to give a word count of the dissertation, (see Section 2.9 for an outline of what is included in the word count). 5. Table of Contents 6. List of Tables and List of Figures & 7. Introduction 8. Literature Review
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