Writing a Dissertation For Dummies
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Settling on a research question might take some time, and you may find that you refine it slightly as you begin researching. A workable question should:

  • Link clearly to your field of study.

  • Be possible to summarise in two sentences.

  • Have been agreed with and signed off by your supervisor.

  • Still pique your interest.

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Dr Carrie Winstanley is a Principal Lecturer in Education at Roehampton University, London, where she works with both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Carrie was recently named one of the Top 50 university teachers in the UK by the Higher Education Academy, for which she was awarded a national teaching fellowship.

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