Succeeding with Your Master's Dissertation

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jan 1, 2015 - Education - 346 pages
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Succeeding with your Master's Dissertation is a step-by-step guide to completing your Master's dissertation.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Developing your iskills
14
Chapter 3 Referencing and plagiarism
38
Chapter 4 Preparing for your dissertation
61
Chapter 5 The dissertation Introduction
92
Chapter 6 The Literature Review
109
Chapter 7 Systematic reviews
134
Chapter 8 Research Methods
147
Appendix D Sample dissertationproposal
261
Appendix E Sample Introduction
265
Appendix F Sample chapteroutline
272
Appendix G Sample Literature Review Introduction
274
Appendix H Sample Literature Review Conclusion
275
Appendix I Comprehensive setof useful verbs
277
Appendix J Sample ResearchMethods
282
Appendix K Samplequestionnaire
302

Chapter 9 Writing up your findings
201
Chapter 10 Concluding your dissertation
212
Chapter 11 Writing the abstract
233
Chapter 12 Finally viva dissertation marking scheme and summary of goodbad practice
241
Appendix A Dissertation proposal form example 1
257
Appendix B Dissertation proposal form example 2
258
Appendix C List of researchobjective keywords
260
Appendix L Samplemarking sheet
306
Appendix M Sample completedmarking sheet
307
References
309
Index
317
Back Cover
333
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About the author (2015)

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).

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