A dissertation is a complex and extensive piece of research which a student is required to produce towards obtaining an academic degree. A dissertation proposal structures the multiple chapters through which a researcher is required to develop a clear and comprehensive argument in response to an initially set research question, objectives and proposition.
Prior to writing their dissertation, students are usually required to develop a dissertation proposal. The purpose of this proposal is to clearly outline the research topic and objectives, literature review, research methodologies and approach to findings analysis which would comprise your dissertation experience.
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Another important component of your dissertation proposal is your Literature Review. This will be an extensive chapter in your dissertation and therefore your proposal needs to focus specifically on reviewing the existing academic literature on your topic of interest. Remember, that you will be criticising the theories and conceptual understanding which already exist, and further build on this existing knowledge.
Once you identify your area of interest and have written your Literature Review, another important section which you need to focus your attention on in your dissertation proposal is the Research Methodology. Your Research Methodology is the area of your dissertation which outlines how a researcher goes about exploring a topic and reaching valid research findings. This needs to be clearly outlined in your proposal not only as it is an academic requirement but because it would serve you as a guide to successfully completing the research process.