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    This week, we shall be discussing how to write your findings. We assume that you have already written your chapters on introduction, methodology, literature review, etc. We would like you to contribute some of the things you need to take into consideration when writing your findings…send your contributions to the group on PHD students in African Universities


    Dear Ma’am,

    Can you plz msg me the requisites of writing Intoduction and literature review for thesis?


    Please, send me instructions about how to write a successful dissertation.

    I am studying MBA from the University of Southcentral Los Angeles.

    Thank you!

    Mr. Mazebo, from  Cabinda province/Angola



    There is a great book that breaks down the process of writing a “qualitative” dissertation but I think the layout would be ok for those who are quantitative.  Completing Your Qualitative Dissertation:  A Roadmap from Beginning to End by:  Linda Dale Bloomberg and Marie Volpe, Sage Publications.  The book explains each chapter of the dissertation in terms of content and then provides an example.  Hope this helps.



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