I think contributions is our sales talk that justifies why we should get a Ph D, so I don't see anything wrong in repeating it.
I think contributions is our sales talk that justifies why we should get a Ph D, so I don't see anything wrong in repeating it.Tags: Ph D Thesis ReprintsApa Style Sample EssayOlefin Metathesis ReactionCritical Thinking Skills Questions In MathematicsManagement Assignment HelpWinter Themed Writing Paper
Writing the abstract in this way is vital: write it as if it depends completely on stressing what you have contributed to knowledge.
In hubby's thesis we've (I mean I here as he's done the actual research and I've told him how to lay it out) really stressed the research questions, in the intro, then each chapter has a cover page - which has 'overview of the chapter', 'contribution to the field' and 'structure of this chapter' and this is all repeated again in the discussion.
Its great for his thesis, but part of me thinks its a bit 'babyish' for mine - I don't really know why, I guess its just not been convention in the ones I've read from people in my department?? Quote From Bilbo Baggins: My research questions were in the combined intro/lit review.
I then recap the whole lot together at the start of my methodology chapter so that I can say 'to answer these questions, I used these methods'.
I will probably recap them again at the start of the conclusion chapter as ' The research set out to find out A, B and C.... My research questions were in the combined intro/lit review.