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Tips for writing a dissertation

Dissertation writing stages

To write a dissertation that is valuable for the advancement of science, you must:

1. Select a relevant research topic that has scientific novelty;
2. Ensure that the topic is sufficiently well-developed;
3. evaIuate the works of scientists who have already covered this scientific problem;
4. Make a plan of work on the dissertation;
5. Keep all drafts and copies of the thesis, so as to be able to correct the text of the thesis;
6. Use graphs, charts, tables, diagrams in the text to graphically reflect the quantitative values of the study;
7. Devote enough time to writing the introduction and conclusion to the work.

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Work on the dissertation takes place under the scientific supervision of a scientist who has a doctoral degree. It is good if the subject of the dissertation corresponds to the range of scientific interests of the supervisor.

Writing a dissertation begins with defining and approving the topic of the research. In the process of working on the dissertation, the topic can be changed or clarified.

Choosing a relevant topic for a dissertation

What to write about

The process of writing a dissertation lasts several years, but research materials should be collected well in advance.

The title of the thesis should fully reflect the subject of the research. Formulate the title of the work will help of the supervisor, and then you can begin to write a plan-draft of the dissertation research.

Selection criteria

Before starting the work, formulate a scientific problem - a situation that requires a solution. Regulatory documents contain a list of criteria that must be met by the topic of the dissertation:

-- novelty. It is implied that the proposed theoretical provisions or practical solutions are a new word in science;
-- relevance, that is, the need for research on this topic. It is necessary to find white spots in science, insufficiently studied areas, which, however, are of interest to the scientific community or solve important urgent problems. Relevance may also mean the consideration of already known issues from a different perspective;
-- significance of the work is determined by the value of the developments for science or practical application.
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