Final year dissertations often constitute a major part of a student's degree, and as a result they can cause a lot of unnecessary stress and panic. This book guides readers clearly and calmly through the steps involved in putting together a successful dissertation. The techniques described help students to: choose and develop a subject to investigate; select an appropriate methodology for their research; effectively carry out qualitative and quantitative research; make the best use of relevant business and management literature; write and present their findings to the best of their ability; and get the most out of their dissertation supervisor.
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