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Practical Guidelines


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    Edition: 1st edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9780702196515
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 320 Pages
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  • Category: Education

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Complete your thesis or dissertation successfully: Practical guidelines provides fundamentally important information to students of the social sciences completing their master’s or doctoral studies, as well as to their supervisors and study leaders. Eminent scholars have contributed to the book and have created a text that is easy to read and use, yet does not water down the conceptual and terminological complexities of the process. For the very first time the most recent and current perspectives on how to complete master’s or doctoral studies have been brought together in one publication that will equip relatively inexperienced researchers to write a thesis or dissertation.

Chapter 1: The quality of doctoral education in South Africa: A question of significance
Chapter 2: Planning your thesis: Systemic and personal issues
Chapter 3: Choosing a topic
Chapter 4: Writing a research proposal
Chapter 5: Theoretical-conceptual and structural aspects of thesis writing
Chapter 6: Basic issues in thesis writing
Chapter 7: Sampling and research paradigms
Chapter 8: Research designs and data collection techniques
Chapter 9: Conducting qualitative research: Practical guidelines on fieldwork
Chapter 10: Writing the quantitative research method chapter
Chapter 12: Ensuring quality in scholarly writing
Chapter 13: Linking purpose and ethics in thesis writing: South African illustrations of an international perspective
Chapter 14: Writing style
Chapter 15: Communication between student and supervisor
Chapter 17: Examining a thesis and writing an examiner’s report
Chapter 18: Choosing examiners for a thesis or dissertation
Chapter 19: How to prepare for an oral doctoral examination
Chapter 20: The ultimate aim of your studies: Getting a manuscript published
Chapter 21: Electronic submissions to journals

Students of the social sciences completing their master’s or doctoral studies, as well as to their supervisors and study leaders.

Current, practical, South African, up-to-date, cross disciplinary, includes numerous examples of best practice, provides research sites to consult, includes a chapter on article writing

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Complete your thesis or dissertation successfully: Practical guidelines provides fundamentally important information to students of the social sciences completing their master’s or doctoral studies, as well as to their supervisors and study leaders. Eminent scholars have contributed to the book and have created a text that is easy to read and use, yet does not water down the conceptual and terminological complexities of the process. For the very first time the most recent and current perspectives on how to complete master’s or doctoral studies have been brought together in one publication that will equip relatively inexperienced researchers to write a thesis or dissertation.

Chapter 1: The quality of doctoral education in South Africa: A question of significance
Chapter 2: Planning your thesis: Systemic and personal issues
Chapter 3: Choosing a topic
Chapter 4: Writing a research proposal
Chapter 5: Theoretical-conceptual and structural aspects of thesis writing
Chapter 6: Basic issues in thesis writing
Chapter 7: Sampling and research paradigms
Chapter 8: Research designs and data collection techniques
Chapter 9: Conducting qualitative research: Practical guidelines on fieldwork
Chapter 10: Writing the quantitative research method chapter
Chapter 12: Ensuring quality in scholarly writing
Chapter 13: Linking purpose and ethics in thesis writing: South African illustrations of an international perspective
Chapter 14: Writing style
Chapter 15: Communication between student and supervisor
Chapter 17: Examining a thesis and writing an examiner’s report
Chapter 18: Choosing examiners for a thesis or dissertation
Chapter 19: How to prepare for an oral doctoral examination
Chapter 20: The ultimate aim of your studies: Getting a manuscript published
Chapter 21: Electronic submissions to journals

Students of the social sciences completing their master’s or doctoral studies, as well as to their supervisors and study leaders.

Current, practical, South African, up-to-date, cross disciplinary, includes numerous examples of best practice, provides research sites to consult, includes a chapter on article writing

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.