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Getting started Your research proposal Nottingham University, UK A short guide to proposals for undergraduate dissertations, setting out what to include in your proposal, how much to write and how it can help you. What exactly do you have to do? Knowing exactly what is expected of you will help you get started.

Checklist for choosing a topic Nottingham University A nice quick check. Finding your research question In dissertation research, you need to know precisely what questions your research is asking. Using the PICO framework Oxford Brookes, UK designed for the healthcare context, this structured approach to developing a researchable question can be useful for any field.

Writing a dissertation This presentation Leicester University, UK shows you what is involved in writing a dissertation from start to finish. Getting going Research and reading will be your main focus when you get going on your literature review. Writing up Structures for your dissertation It can help you get started if you have an idea of what it might look like when it is finished. ORA contains a growing collection of digital copies of successful Oxford theses submitted as part of research degree awards.

ORA provides high visibility and digital preservation for Oxford digital theses and the full content of as many theses as possible are made freely available to be accessed via the Internet. They should be used in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of Use. Your thesis will be made available online following a selected one or three year embargo period unless you have opted for immediate open access or have been granted dispensation from consultation to extend the embargo on your thesis.

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Plagiarism can never be guaranteed to be prevented in either the print or electronic domain. When items are made available on open access i. For example, a supervisor who suspects that plagiarism has happened can run a quick search using a search engine such as Google. Dissertations and theses are arranged by social science department e. Criminology , the course name e. Criminology and Criminal Justice , qualification level e.

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Definition of dissertation - a long essay on a particular subject, especially one written for a university degree or diploma. Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) is an institutional repository for the University of Oxford and is home to the scholarly output of its research members. It holds publications, theses and research data.

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(Oxford Brookes, UK) designed for the healthcare context, this structured approach to developing a researchable question can be useful for any field. Writing a dissertation This presentation (Leicester University, UK) shows you what is involved in writing a dissertation from start to finish. Download the Oxford thesis template here. If you prefer, you can also view on GitHub. Most Oxford theses go through a round of corrections, as time-honored a tradition as the viva itself. I’ll be using it for my MSc dissertation. I have removed the quote and want the Section header i.e ‘Chapter 1’ to start where the quote started.