The Student's Guide to Preparing Dissertations and Theses

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Foreword to This Edition ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - An Overview of the Task 15
  • Chapter 1 - Getting Things in the Right Order 17
  • Chapter 2 - Title Page 19
  • Chapter 3 - Abstract 21
  • Chapter 4 - Author Declarations 24
  • Chapter 5 - Acknowledgements 26
  • Chapter 6 - Main Body of the Dissertation 28
  • Chapter 7 - Appendices 31
  • Chapter 8 - Bibliography 34
  • Part II - Getting Your Act Together-The Key Processes 43
  • Chapter 9 - Capturing Your Research 45
  • Chapter 10 - Writing It Up-Getting Started, and Keeping Going 50
  • Chapter 11 - Organising Your Files 54
  • Chapter 12 - Winding Yourself Up? 58
  • Part III - Nuts and Bolts-More Detail About the Main Elements 63
  • Chapter 13 - Page Size 65
  • Chapter 14 - Page Margins 67
  • Chapter 15 - Page Numbers 68
  • Chapter 16 - Style of Writing 69
  • Chapter 17 - Abbreviations 73
  • Chapter 18 - Numbers 75
  • Chapter 19 - Chapters 76
  • Chapter 20 - References 78
  • Chapter 21 - Notes 81
  • Chapter 22 - Quotations 83
  • Chapter 23 - Tables 85
  • Chapter 24 - Figures 87
  • Chapter 25 - Typing 89
  • Chapter 26 - Binding 92
  • Chapter 27 - Instructions for Typists 95
  • Further Reading 97
  • Index 99
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