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Empirical vs. Library Dissertations

Empirical vs. Library Dissertations

A dissertation is an open opportunity for a student to showcase his matured skills in academic writing domain by producing pristine scholarly works. A dissertation will outline the following student’s skills, given rigorous practice:

  • Posing a strong thesis headline
  • Outlining the topic lucidly
  • Highlighting the key issues
  • Producing pertinent information
  • Confirming validity and reliability of information
  • Accommodating evidence as it arises
  • Generating a balanced conclusion
  • Cogent results

In case of struggling students and those with slow-ish academic skills are tended by dissertation services for keeping up with the academic calendar.

A dissertation is categorized into two types:

  • Library dissertation
  • Empirical dissertation

Empirical Dissertation

An empirical dissertation is a very weighty document, covering expansive research in a single document. It involves the collection of research material, analysis and short-listing of research data and coming to a balanced conclusion after hours of reading and researching.

Phases of an Empirical Dissertation

The following listed phases of a dissertation allow a timely completion:

  • Researching and Reading

    • Research the subject deeply in a certain context
    • Formulating the thesis headline towards the end
    • Personal conclusions about the subject
    • Analyzing each aspect one by one
  • Research Methods

    Using an appropriate research method is vital to a given research for understanding and resolving the research subject at hand:

    • Nature of the research
    • Disusing tried and tested methods for solving a research subject. Opting for new methods

Library Dissertation

In case of a library dissertation, it scrutinizes the various scholarly resources with a close eye as opposed to a constant collection of research data and studies for new analysis. Moreover, the library-based dissertation is viable since it utilizes existing scholarly works for giving an overall picture of the research subject at hand. The research methods, as well as key findings, can be recorded for separate analysis. It will indicate grounds covered and unchartered territories unexplored yet.

  • Phases of Library Dissertation

    • Working out a research subject for the dissertation project
    • Formulating the thesis statement, keeping it brief, concise and lucid
    • Identify the key issues of a particular research subject and propose the consequent solutions
    • Assess the proposal/ suggestions and their validity for particular issues
    • Using a research method, chosen suitably
    • Literature review taken from newspapers, articles, books and scholarly works
    • Use mathematical/ statistical facts for furnishing a conclusion
    • Enlist the pros and cons of both arguments respectively, indicating the clear favourite
    • Lastly, highlight the implications of both to ascertain the finalized proposal
  • Time-management and Organization

    Writing dissertations empowers students to utilize and manage their time schedule well. In order to ensure a timely submission, coupled with neatly written dissertation, competent organization and time-management tools will facilitate a job well-done. Listed allow are basic time-saving tips for ensuring a timely completion:

  • Jot down a raw outline to be covered in the dissertation
  • Design a time-table for harnessing the flow of words
  • Keep milestones and tick mark them
  • Organize and assemble all the raw material in one place. This will save the hassle of finding the relevant document each time. Keep folders for each section for easier browsing
  • Remain faithful to deadlines
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