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GENERAL PARTS OF A PERFECT  DISSERTATION/THESIS

Signature Page

Table of Contents

Abstract The abstract should summarize the project and major findings in a concise paragraph. An abstract has 4 parts

  1. Background information summary
  2. Methodology section summary
  3. Result section summary
  4. conclusion section summary

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Introduction The introduction should frame the public health issue in a few concise paragraphs. It should end with a statement of purpose. The statement of purpose should be a clear and concise statement of the primary objective(s) of the work.

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Literature Review

The literature review should cover the major relevant literature (or all of the literature if there are few relevant publications) in a clear, concise manner. It should end with a research question or questions. (25 professional journal articles cited)

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Methods. The methods section should explain, in a clear and organized fashion, how the project was conducted. The population under study should be clearly delineated, including the sampling frame, if appropriate, and sample sizes. The statistical methods and software used for analysis should be stated.

For either a qualitative or quantitative research designs, the following elements must characterize the methodology

Methods outline

Research Philosophy
  • Positivism
  • Interpretivism or Constructivism
  • Pragmatism

Research Approach

  • Deductive approach
  • Inductive approach

Research method

  • Quantitative research
  • Qualitative research

Data collected

  • Primary data
  • Secondary Data

Sampling

  • Equation for sample size calculation

Data collection

  • Questionnaire: open and close ended questionnaires
  • Systematic analysis

Data analysis

  • SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences)
  • Python
  • Content/Thematic analysis

Limitation

  • Time
  • Money
  • Lack of Triangulation

Ethical consideration

  • Report Originality
  • Respondents’ consent,
  • Approvals (from the university and case study)

Timeline

  • Gantt chart

Results The results section should contain tables, charts and figures, as appropriate, to display study results. The major findings should be reported in the text, referring the reader to the appropriate tables, charts, and figures. Results should be reported clearly and logically, without discussion. If not an empirical work, the results should present the qualitative or literature based information on which the paper’s argument is based.

Discussion The discussion section should be a well-organized discussion of the major findings and should include comparison with previous studies and possible explanations for findings. The major limitations of the study and their possible effects on the study results should be presented. It should end with conclusions and recommendations. The conclusions/recommendations section should state the implications of the major findings and may include public health policy or suggestions as to how the finding informs a relevant public health policy issue.

References

Appendices