Structure associated with dissertation for obtaining PhD. Component 1

Structure associated with dissertation for obtaining PhD. Component 1

The classical Ph.D. dissertation (by means of a manuscript) usually gets the following structure:

  • title page ( page number 1),
  • dining table of articles (content),
  • variety of conditional abbreviations (if available, may also be placed during the end for the thesis),
  • introduction,
  • four chapters (there may be 2 or 3 chapters),
  • summary,
  • practical recommendations (in dissertations on pedagogical specialties),
  • references and annexes.

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