How To Write A Strong PhD Dissertation Introduction: Basic Tips


Are you in the process of writing a PhD dissertation, but have no idea how the introduction should be written. To get off to a good start you must get the introduction right – it will set the tone for the rest of the paper. The tips for a great introduction are basic ones, but they must be kept in mind to ensure you get it right. With that thought in mind, here are the tops tips for writing a great PhD dissertation on any topic:

Leave The Introduction For Last


The introduction needs to contain the different elements that will be found in the paper. However, you might not know what they are until you have finished the project. Therefore, it makes sense to leave the introduction until you have actually completed the project.

An introduction is typically a condensed version of the dissertation, and it should give a reason to the audience for reading it.

Topic Must Be Defined


In the introduction it’s important to define what the dissertation will be about. Make sure to include a sentence or two that states what problem the topic actually solves, or what it discovers that previously was not known.

Also it is worth mentioning the approach that will be used in the project to provide the data so that a conclusion can be drawn. Preparing the audience for what to expect will allow them to scan through the content with greater clarity.

Terminology


If the topic requires the use of terminology that is very subject-specific, then you should define what the terminology is in the introduction. This will prevent a scenario where the reader will be confused by the content simply because they are not familiar with the terminology.

Persuade The Reader


The introduction has to use language that persuades the reader to continue reading once they have read the introduction. You have to sell to the audience that there is something of value, something to be gained by reading the dissertation.

Significance Of Work


Your project must be defined in terms of how significant it is in the scientific community. This can be done by explaining what real life applications the results of the study can be used for. For example, if you are doing a study on a new material, then suggestions can be made by what industries can benefit from this new material.

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