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Very informative text.
Ideal for this module
This book is essential reading for masters students doing their dissertation. It is clearly laid out, and gives students a good idea of what a masters level dissertation involves. However, it is also good at making that level of work appear very accessible. For many of our students this is their first piece of independent research, and this book is an excellent resource to accompany them on that journey.
A very comprehensive and yet accessible guide for students. It is a practical book that helps to break the enormous task into achievable chunks.
Good overview of all areas, easy to read and follow. Highly recommend as additional text.
I will reccomend this as a resource for Masters student about to embark upon their dissertations to enable them to get a good organised start.
An excellent book for students to understand the basics of what is required of their Masters Dissertation. Very useful and clear.
Essential read for those doing their Masters dissertation
It does the job and does it well!
A good read with some ideas for our students, however because it is at Master Level, is more indepth than our students at this stage require.
This book covers in a single volume the essential issues that Masters students need to consider when planning and writing up their dissertations. A particular strength is the consideration of different types of dissertation. It is also nice to see Chris Hart's previous 2-volume guidance on lit searching and lit reviewing distilled within a single text.
A very good detailed book, which is readable and easy to understand. It also has some suitability for other levels, e.g. PhD.
This is an excellent text book for both students and supervisors. It is clear, concise and well considered throughout.
This is an an excellent text book - it provides practical advice on deigning and developing a Master's dissertation. The well considered chapters detail the process and discuss the issues in an in-depth and well informed approach. Invaluable for both students and supervisors.
Really useful text for students who will progress to dissertation stage.
This is an excellent book, which I plan (with the next intake of Masters students) to use as the main text. I am currently supervising Masters dissertation students and have strongly recommended that they purchase this book.
Useful text to show students I am supervising especially overseas students to guide them through the process.
Excellent book which will provide guidance throughout