Construction Dissertation Guides
A 7-part series of Construction Dissertation Guides, to provide university students with an overview of the steps involved in researching and producing a dissertation.
Part 2: Literature review
Part 3: Research strategy
Part 4: Questionnaires and interviews
Part 6: Structuring and writing
Part 7: Formatting and printing
- Dissertation abstract - example.
- Dissertation introduction chapter - example.
- Example questionnaire.
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