Structure of this dissertation for acquiring PhD. Part 1

Structure of this dissertation for acquiring PhD. Part 1

The traditional Ph.D. dissertation (in the shape of a manuscript) often gets the following structure:

  • name page ( page number 1),
  • table of contents (content),
  • range of conditional abbreviations (if available, can also be placed at the end of this thesis),
  • introduction,
  • four chapters (there might be two or three chapters),
  • summary,
  • practical suggestions (in dissertations on helpwithhomework pedagogical specialties),
  • references and annexes.

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