Introduction to the Dissertation/Dr. Katherine Bankole-Medina

Kicking off the series is the seminar Introduction to Dissertation Writing (thesis writers welcome, but focus will be on dissertations). This seminar introduces approaches for planning and completing your dissertation. Specific topics include dissertation sections, development of content that meets disciplinary expectations, writing strategies, and formal academic writing expectations

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The introduction to your dissertation should explain to the reader what you are going to investigate. It should describe the dissertation's topic and scope. You should explain your reasons for investigating your chosen topic by referring to the appropriate literature. Having completed the work on the main substance of your dissertation, you should have a much clearer idea of its nature and scope than you did when you wrote your preliminary abstract or proposal. The introduction to your dissertation should explain to the reader what you are going to investigate. It should describe the dissertation's topic and scope. You should explain your reasons for investigating your chosen topic by referring to the appropriate literature.

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CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO DISSERTATION