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Abstract is an executive summary of the dissertation. It captures the study purpose or objectives, the methodology and methods used, the theoretical/conceptual frameworks used, key findings and the major conclusion reached in light of the findings and study objectives.
The introduction locates the chosen study and highlights its thrust. The key debates of the identified research problem are highlighted, the position from which the researcher seeks to tackle the issue is indicated together with the scope or extent of coverage of the inquiry.
This section has similarities with what is often referred to as situational analysis. The point is to give a backdrop against which the research study is coming from. It can be historical, economic, political contexts informing your study. The researcher can highlight the global picture of the study area, cascading down to the regional, national/country picture right up to case study under focus. The background can be outlined in the context of literature reviewed for the study. The point is to locate the research problem within a particular context as well as linking it to similar research problems.
This section gives the direction of the study. It offers an explanation on the issues to be studied in a precise and point to-to-point basis. One way of formulating this is to highlight grey areas or gaps in literature from which the researcher launches the research project. The researcher can refer to other works previously done in the area for the purpose of giving rationale for their own study focus. The assumption is that research objectives are formulated so as to indicate these gaps. Sometimes the gaps point to a research site, a population group or an historical moment to capture on-going changes.
Objectives must be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound) Hypothesis- This applies to mostly quantitative studies where you state a sentence or two indicating the assumption(s) you have on the research problem as well as the relationship (s) between or among the dependent and independent variables which the study seeks to test.
These normally correspond to study objectives. The questions indicate the gaps in knowledge and derive from the objectives of the study. The study should aim to provide answers or to fill the gaps in knowledge.
States the contribution of the study to new knowledge in the chosen area; it can be methodology or methods used; or theoretical model selected. The point is to ask the why question why the project has been undertaken [in the manner in which it has].
The sections reviews literature relevant to the study and focuses on gaps that the research seeks to address. Gaps can exist in terms of methodologies, theories, study population, study setting, study purpose, nature of sources used. One cannot develop study objectives or a research philosophy without wide reading. The idea of a literature review is to define a set of knowledge to which one’s research relates to mostly; to illustrate major trends in the body of knowledge that have been most significant in shaping one’s project; theoretical issues relating to the study focus.
A theory is an analytical tool which helps to understand the relationship between concepts used to explain phenomena under study as well as to explain findings. A theoretical framework helps in understanding and explaining research findings. Normally a chosen theoretical framework resonates with the chosen methodology. The idea is to understand the nature of the argument through which plans to do the explaining, i.e the factors, conditions and relationships which are assumed to have some contribution towards understanding what should be explained.
This section demonstrates how the researcher has carried out the research and whether they are being honest that indeed he/she did the fieldwork. It should be as detailed as possible in terms of the process, what actions were taken and why. Language used in this section should differ at proposal stage and upon reporting what actually was done. The research design, sampling process, selection/recruitment of participants, selected research methods, proposed data analysis methods, study limitations are some of the major themes under this section.
This Results/Findings chapter needs coherence where a student illustrates the data that emanates from the specific data collection methods highlighted in the methodology section. i.e data should be linked with the specific methods used.
Under this section a discussion of findings, not a repeat of presentation of results/findings is required. This deals with interpreting data in light of literature, theoretical framework and the pattern of data. The researcher analyses the results under the guidance of the chosen theory. A good discussion will attempt the following: -Discuss underlying principles, interrelationships and generalisations as depicted in the results. - Highlight any outliers in the patterns of the data and analyse them. - Identify and explain any unique features of findings - Relate your findings to what is in literature. - Relate your findings to your chosen theoretical/conceptual framework - Discuss the theoretical implications of your study.
This should answer/address the study objectives by giving summative statements on each study objective in light of key findings and key interpretations. The researcher ndicates what their study deduced from analysis of data to solve the problem statement or to address the research questions/study objectives. No new arguments should be presented. A conclusion should be well thought-out, concise and well-founded.
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