How to Write Dissertations & Project Reports by Kathleen Mcmillan, Jonathon Weyers

By Kathleen Mcmillan, Jonathon Weyers

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2 Experiment with listing and prioritising. If you haven’t used this strategy before, test it out for a week or so. Make a list of all your current and future tasks, academic commitments, appointments and social events. Rearrange the list in order of priority. Take special care to take account of events that depend on other jobs being completed. Now try to complete the different components, ticking them off the list as you go. After your trial period, decide how effective the method was in organising your activities and helping you to ensure that tasks were done on time.

Qxd 7/11/07 13:13 Page 23 ‘ What will be taken into account in assessing your proposal The person or group reading your proposal will be considering it from several viewpoints. They will expect to be able to answer ‘yes’ to the following questions: q Do you have an up-to-date and accurate view of the research field? q Have you outlined the focus of your studies (in some disciplines, the hypothesis you intend to test) in sufficient detail? q Is the scope of your proposed study realistic in the time allocated?

A mistake commonly made is to try to cover too ‘large’ a problem or area of discussion, rather than one capable of adequate analysis given the resources likely to be at hand. Example of refining a subject area smart tip Let’s say you are interested in bi-cameral systems of government. Clearly you cannot expect to write a dissertation on this topic in its entirety. ) who talked about the checks and balances that arise from having two chambers of government. However, you are interested in contrasting the idea of an elected second chamber with one that is dependent on patronage and selection.

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