Is a dissertation necessary?

Is a dissertation necessary? Why is a Dissertation so Important? The dissertation is likely to be the most important piece of writing you are asked to do, and it is also likely that it will contribute significantly to your final grade. A dissertation can also be seen as a way of proving you can do[…]

What is an example of an epigraph?

What is an example of an epigraph? An epigraph is a short statement (a sentence, a paragraph, a poem) that comes at the beginning of a literary text, but the words belong to a different author. Examples of Epigraph: At the beginning of The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway quotes Gertrude Stein: “You are all[…]

How do you get hired as a professor?

How do you get hired as a professor? For those interested in becoming a professor, the basic college professor requirements are as follows:A doctoral degree in the field you want to teach in.Teaching experience.Professional certification (depending on your field)Publications and prominent academic presence. Can you be a researcher without being a professor? Is it possible[…]

How do you state assumptions?

How do you state assumptions? You can frame assumptions with a statement in this format: “If we move forward with [DESCRIPTION OF YOUR DECISION], and [YOUR ASSUMPTION] is true, then we will achieve [YOUR GOAL OR OBJECTIVE].” What are assumptions? Merriam-Webster defines an assumption as “an assuming that something is true” and “a fact or[…]

How do you write a qualitative research question?

How do you write a qualitative research question? Qualitative Research Questions: Usually start with ‘what’ or ‘how’ (avoid beginning qualitative questions with ‘why’ as this implies cause and effect). Identify the central phenomenon you plan to explore (tell in your question what you are going to describe, explore, generate, discover, understand). What are typical quantitative[…]