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As all students are no doubt aware, a dissertation proposal is the first (and perhaps the most important) step in the long process of writing a dissertation project. It is the dissertation proposal that offers an outline and rationale behind a proposed research project idea that a student wishes to investigate. The proposal must be based on sound reasoning and must seek to address an evident gap in the current literature base of the topic in question. As such, the strength of a proposal in this regard will heavily influence whether a tutor feels that the potential project has enough weight to be authorised and pursued by the student.
In summary, a dissertation proposal:
Provides an introduction to a topic of interest which the student wishes to investigate;
Performs a brief outline of the current literature base relating to the topic that is to be investigated;
Identifies any gaps in the current literature, which the proposed dissertation will seek to address along with the project’s aims and objectives;
Explains the proposed method(s) of data gathering e.g., quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods etc, anticipated research participant base to be used, and suggested analytical techniques to be utilised;
Highlights any potential limitations to the dissertation;
Emphasises the potential significance and implications of the dissertation project;
Outlines a proposed structure and timetable for the potential project;
Provides a non-exhaustive list of relevant sources that form part of your final bibliography.
Therefore, it is evident that an excellent dissertation proposal could make or break a student’s chances of pursuing an exciting dissertation idea that they may have. This is where our researchers can help to ensure that a proposal does not fall at the first hurdle.
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