Guide to the Successful Thesis and Dissertation: A Handbook For Students And Faculty, Fifth Edition
Augmented with a new bibliography and streamlined appendices, the Guide to the Successful Thesis and Dissertation, Fifth Edition views the valuable addition of references to university research libraries and advanced information on websites, online searches, electronic literature, and other modern computer methods as crucial for the successful completion of any T/D. This popular text guide features new references and computer-oriented resources for every stage in the creation of honors and master's theses and dissertations and refers to current T/D statistics, federal regulations, ethical codes, and copyright issues and legalities involved in information gathering and study conduct.
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The Research Advisor
Developing the Proposal
Preparation of the Proposal
The Thesis or Dissertation Committee
Approval of the Overview
Conduct of the Study
Writing the Manuscript
Defense of the Thesis or Dissertation
The Completed Thesis or Dissertation and Future Growth
Suggested Proposal and Project Guidelines
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