Dissertation examples - Leeds University Library.
Answer: Your entire career depends on the abstract you write because your future employer may prefer to read the abstract rather than going through the entire dissertation. An abstract is a quick review of your entire dissertation in about 150-250 words. It will also suggest the applications or implications that you have discussed in the paper.
The aim of this dissertation is to locate Edward Hyde within the history of ideas. It examines earlier literature involving apes or ape-like creatures, thereby revealing a tradition which deals with mankind's burden of evil; a tradition in which evil is portrayed in ugly, deformed, and beastly bodies; a tradition which explores and questions the origins of mankind - theological, philosophical.
An activity theory perspective on English medium instruction as a language policy in higher education: A comparative case study of EMI in the sciences and humanities in one university in Taiwan. Yongcan Liu: Juan Chen 'Values Reconciliation: Politics and Ethics of Confucian Piety and Overseas Education' Geoff Hayward: Phoebe Chen.
University of Kent theses and dissertations. The Templeman Library holds: all theses submitted for higher degrees; dissertations for higher degrees (1994 onwards: only those of distinction standard) some extended essays or dissertations submitted as part of first degrees; local history dissertations, mainly diploma level. Theses submitted since September 2014 are held in digital format in the.
Dissertation Examples. Students in the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham consistently produce work of a very high standard in the form of coursework essays, dissertations, research work and policy articles. Many of these feature in the Nottingham Economic Review.
This collection contains a selection of recent Masters theses from the department of Linguistics and English Language. Please note that only the Title and Abstract will be available for dissertations from the current academic year. All other content from previous years is available on an Open Access basis. This material is presented to ensure timely dissemination of scholarly and technical.
Your dissertation should include an abstract, summarising the contents of the dissertation; this should include, for example, the issues you discuss or the data analysed, the main structure of your argument or the hypothesis tested, and the conclusions reached. It can be summarised as follows The research question A brief explanation of why the question is interesting An outline of the.