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Criteria for a good thesis UK
A good thesis should at least match the following criteria:
- It is contestable and provocative
- It contains a conclusion based on evidence
- It is not just a question, a list or a fact sheet
- It is as clear and as specific as possible
- It has a definable, arguable claim
- It guides the reader through the work and makes the underlying thinking process comprehensible
The structure of a thesis UK
A thesis follows a defined structure. It namely consists of a title page, an abstract, a table of contents and a reference section. Beyond that, a good thesis explains the purpose of the document, the methods which have been used, and the findings of the project. A complete structure of a thesis may be constructed as follows:
- Title page
- Table of contents
- Introduction (with thesis statement)
Depending on the field of study, further additions can be made (e.g., recommendations, acknowledgements, appendixes).
Language, style and quotation
As a thesis is an academic document, it has to be written in proper format. It avoids vague language and first person usage, and is rational. Prosaic and decorated style should not be used in such paper.
In order to match academic standards, quotations from external resources, either literally or analogously used, have to be labeled/marked. Resources can be scientific publications, novels, monographs, anthologies and other documents pertaining to the source material.