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Examining each essential stage of research and writing a dissertation, this book teaches students across all disciplines how to generate ideas and develop them into original research projects.
It clearly explains the best way of planning and conducting research using qualitative and quantitative techniques and primary and secondary material; enabling the student to successfully plan and write a clear and concise dissertation.
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'It is written fluently and engagingly. Explanations, broader discussions and directions never out-stay their welcome. The book keeps moving on. There is also a very good sense of how much information the reader can absorb in a sentence, a paragraph and a section.' - John Peck, former Reader at Cardiff University, UK
'I admire the general, well-written, refreshingly presented, focus on 'thinking'. The market is huge and ever-expanding. There are a number of volumes on 'how to write a dissertation', but not with a focus on clarity of language and building arguments.' - Jonathan Grix, Senior Lecturer in German Studies and Research Methodology, University of Birmingham
Bryan Greetham was educated at the universities of Kent and Sussex. He holds a PhD in moral philosophy from the University of Newcastle, Australia. He is currently engaged in research into moral thinking and the Holocaust, and teaches philosophy at the University of Maryland. He is the author of Philosophy, How to Write your Undergraduate Dissertation and Thinking Skills for Professionals.
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