Succeeding with your Master's Dissertation: A Step-by-Step.
Biggam, John, author. This work demystifies the dissertation writing process. Taking a step-by-step approach to the dissertation life cycle, it provides clear guidance on how to gain marks, as well as how to avoid losing them. Paperback, Book. English. Third edition. Published Maidenhead, Berkshire, England: Open University Press, 2015. No copies available. This item is not reservable because.
Dissertation writing: summary of good practice to adopt; and bad practice to avoid; Practical issues: summary of good practice to adopt; and bad practice to avoid; Author note. Dr John Biggam is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has an international reputation in teaching and learning. He is also a Union Learning Representative, the.
Succeeding with your Master's Dissertation is a step-by-step guide to completing your Master's dissertation. Its strengths lie in its direct writing style. Succeeding with your master's dissertation: a step-by-step handbook By Biggam, John, author. eBook. English. Published Maidenhead, Berkshire, England: Open University Press, 2015. Third edition. This work demystifies the dissertation.
Appendix D: Sample dissertation proposal 263 The primary data (i.e. empirical data) will be collected through a case study. A case study is a study of a single unit (Cohen and Manion 2005), allowing explor-.
A dissertation can be defined as the report of a process; it may also be seen as a long essay (Biggam, 2015). By comparison, a thesis is more sophisticated and adds to the knowledge in a field, or challenges accepted norms to bring about changes in established understanding. Undergradu-ates and taught master’s degree students are more likely to produce a dissertation, as do many master’s.
The dissertation is the final stage of the Master’s degree and provides students with the opportunity to show that they have gained the necessary skills and knowledge in order to organise and undertake a project relevant to their field of practice. Module aim This module enables students to undertake a project relevant to their field of practice and to provide a substantial written report.
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