How to Write a Better Thesis (häftad)
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How to Write a Better Thesis (häftad)

How to Write a Better Thesis

Häftad Engelska, 2011-11-30
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This concise guide emphasizes clear and logical structure as the key to a well-written thesis. The book uses a direct and conversational tone while offering concrete examples of common structural problems and the numerous devices, tricks, and tests for avoiding them. It proves that the astute researcher must no longer regard writing as the last chore but rather as a crucial part of the research process. This updated edition demonstrates how computer software can be advantageous and includes a checklist to keep students organized.
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"This book is well worth reading for people writing up research, not only those writing a thesis. The truth is in there!" -- Neile A. Kirk, author, "Dhumbadji!" on the previous edition

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David Evans was Reader and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne. Among his many books and articles is Restoring the Land (MUP). Paul Gruba is Lecturer in Communication Skills at the Centre for Communication Skills and English as a Second Language, University of Melbourne. Justin Zobel is Professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne. He is also the author of Writing for Computer Science.


1 Introduction; 2 What's a thesis?; 3 Making a strong start; 4 Making your word processor work for you; 5 The introductory chapter; 6 The background chapters; 7 The chapter on design of your own work; 8 The results chapters; 9 The discussion or evaluation; 10 The conclusions; 11 Before you finally submit; 12 Disseminating your work; Appendix: some notes on writing and presentation; Bibliography; Index.