Constructing Your Thesis

Ryan, Anne and Walsh, Tony (2006) Constructing Your Thesis. In: Researching and Writing your Thesis: a guide for postgraduate students. MACE Maynooth Adult and Community Education, pp. 28-44.

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This chapter explores a number of questions most commonly asked by students as they embark on writing a thesis: •What is a thesis? •How is a thesis structured? •How do I select a thesis topic? •How do I formulate a research question or hypothesis? •How can I be sure I take an objective angle in writing my thesis? •How do I start my thesis? •What is theory? •What can I expect from my supervisor? •What will I learn from writing a thesis?

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Thesis writing;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Adult and Community Education
Item ID: 976
Depositing User: Prof. Anne Ryan
Date Deposited: 13 May 2008
Journal or Publication Title: Researching and Writing your Thesis: a guide for post graduate students
Publisher: MACE Maynooth Adult and Community Education
Refereed: Yes

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