A dissertation is a larger piece of work on a subject of your choice that is typically completed at the end of a university course – either in an undergraduate or master’s degree or as your PhD thesis. Dissertations usually aim to fill a gap in the knowledge about a topic or else offer a new take on an old topic.
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The introduction chapter states the aims, purpose and objectives of the work. It should grab the reader’s attention and tell them what the work is about and why you have chosen the subject.
The literature review will identify past research on your chosen topic. It will examine published journal articles, books and other types of sources to identify key themes and determine a ‘gap’ in the existing research. Many dissertations are entirely literature-based. If you are looking for a stand-alone literature review then visit our literature review writing service.
The methodology chapter is vital to your dissertation. The purpose of this section is to say what you want to find out and how you are going to do it. It outlines the research paradigm and methods that you have chosen to use in your research, as well as decisions you have made in terms of the sampling and analysis of the data. Each of these decisions need to be properly justified so that it is clear your methods match the aims and objectives of your research.
If you haven’t yet decided what research method you would like to use, our researchers will happily look at your research topic and decide which is most suitable.
A results chapter is usually included when your dissertation involves collecting data. This chapter outlines your findings and presents your data, often using tables and figures, in relation to each question or theme. It is also where any statistical testing is done so that we can see how significant the results were. We have many writers who are familiar with statistical software such as SPSS or STATA and are ready to help with this part.
A discussion chapter compares your results with other research on the subject to work out what we have learned and what it means for the future. It talks about whether old research has been confirmed or contradicted, any new theories or explanations that might have emerged, and what the results might mean for policy and practice.
The conclusion chapter is typically around 10% of the word count. It summarises what was done, the key findings of the research, and your recommendations – it needs to be clear and to the point.
We can help with many other ‘extras’ that you may require. For example, dissertations often require an abstract, which is a short summary of the entire dissertation that is not factored into the final word count. Designing research instruments can also be very difficult, so our writers can create interview questions or sample questionnaires to assist you in conducting your research.