Guidelines for writing dissertations



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  1. Introduction: What is different in academic writing?

  2. Structure

  3. Style

  4. References and Quotations

  5. Reading for Writing

  6. Developing an Argument

  7. The Structure of Dissertations

1. INTRODUCTION: WHAT IS DIFFERENT IN ACADEMIC WRITING

In your Masters programme, you will have to write assignments for most modules, as well as a dissertation of 15,000 words at the end. The type of writing that is required at Masters degree level in the Social Sciences may be different from the writing you have done either professionally, or in a previous degree course. These guidelines offer information on the characteristics of academic writing in the Social Sciences.

Here are the main features that distinguish academic writing from some other types of writing.




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