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Whether you agree with the trend or not, a dissertation that is not formatted properly will never be accepted.
This means that if you thought that your only task was to conduct the investigative process and articulate your research, then you have another surprise coming your way.
So how can you format your report into a winning dissertation?
Use the Harvard dissertation format.
Author’s or editor’s name (or names), year the book was published, title of the book (mention edition if it is other than first), city the book was published in and the name of the publisher.
Author’s name or names, year in which the journal was published, title of the article, title of the journal, page number/s of the article in the journal, volume and issue numbers.
Date you accessed the source and the electronic addresses or emails.
The complete idea of a proper and universal format is to make sure that all the students follow the same pattern of Harvard Dissertation style, and so that the research work looks formal and professional. Hence, follow the above mentioned guidelines and make sure that your dissertation looks as eloquent and refined as your research process.
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