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How to Write a Masters Thesis is a comprehensive manual on how to conceptualize and write a five-chapter masters thesis, including the introduction, literature review, methodology, results, and discussionnclusion. Very often, a theory-practice gap exists for students who have taken the prerequisite methods and statistics courses in their masters program but who have yet to understand how to apply and translate what they've learned about the research process with their first major project. Yvonna Bui demystifies this process by integrating the language learned in these prerequisite courses into a step-by-step guide for developing one's own thesis/project.
Chapter 1. Overview of the Master's Degree and ThesisChapter 2. Selecting a Research TopicChapter 3. Using the Literature to Research Your ProblemChapter 4. Conducting Ethical ResearchChapter 5. How to Write Chapter One, IntroductionChapter 6. How to Write Chapter Two, Review of the LiteratureChapter 7. How to Write Chapter Three, MethodsChapter 8. How to Write Chapter Four, ResultsChapter 9. How to Write Chapter Five, DiscussionChapter 10. Final Formatting, APA Style