Writing Your Dissertation
by Derek Swetnam
Publisher: How to Books 2001
Number of pages: 110
This book aims to provide a plain guide to ways of producing a dissertation with minimum stress and frustration. It covers such areas as choosing a subject, planning the total work, selecting research methods and techniques, written style and presentation.
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