Writing an Applied Linguistics Thesis or Dissertation A Guide to Presenting Empirical Research

ISBN-10: 0230224547
ISBN-13: 9780230224544
Edition: 2009
Authors: John Bitchener
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Book details

Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 1/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

JOHN BITCHENER is Associate Professor of Applied Language Studies at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.nbsp; He is the Programme Leader of Postgraduate Research Studies and President of the Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand.nbsp;

Preface
Acknowledgements
Background
What is the book about?
Who is the book for?
Why has the book been written?
How does the book meet the content, structure, linguistic and presentational needs of students?
How is the book organized?
What is the sample masters thesis about and why has it been selected?
How can this book be used?
Furthe reading
Abstract
Introduction
The functions of a thesis abstract
The content and structure of a thesis abstract
Analysis of a Masters thesis abstract
Analysis of a Doctoral thesis abstract
A key linguistic feature of a thesis abstract
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Introduction
Introduction
The functions of a thesis introduction
The content and structure of a thesis introduction
Analysis of a Masters thesis introduction
Some key linguistics features of a thesis introduction
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Literature Review
Introduction
The functions of a thesis literature review
The content and structure of a thesis literature review
Conclusion of the literature review
Some key linguistic features of thesis literature reviews and approaches to processing the literature
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Methodology
Introduction
The functions of a thesis methodology chapter
The content and structure of a thesis methodology chapter
Sample analysis of WTC thesis methodology chapter
Some key linguistic features of a thesis methodology chapter
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Results
Introduction
The functions of a thesis results chapter
The content and structure of a thesis results chapter
Sample analysis of a Masters thesis results chapter
Quantitative results
Some key linguistic and presentation features of a thesis results chapter
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Discussion of Results
Introduction
The functions of a thesis discussion of results
The content and structure of a thesis discussion of results
Sample analysis of a Masters thesis discussion of results
Some key linguistic features of a thesis discussion of results
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Conclusion
Introduction
The functions of a thesis conclusion
The content and structure of a thesis conclusion
Sample analysis of a Masters thesis conclusion
Some key linguistic features of a thesis conclusion
Frequently asked questions
Further activities
Further reading
Appendix

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