How Does Social Media, Facebook – Persuade Korean Teenage Girls To Undergo Cosmetic Surgery?

How Does Social Media, Facebook – Persuade Korean Teenage Girls To Undergo Cosmetic Surgery?

Introduction; 500; Literature Review 2,500; Methodology 2,000; Results 2,000; Analysis 2,000; Conclusions and Recommendations 1,000. Total ? 10,000 (+/- 10%). Abstract, References/Bibliography and appendices are not included in the word count. Title page- With title and any subtitle of the dissertation, author?s name, student number and title of degree. Acknowledgements Brief thank you section to those who have helped you along the way! Contents page Full list of contents ? usually chapter headings and subsection headings. Also include separate list of figures and tables. Abstract An abstract should describe the whole of the dissertation; its approach, the main literature and theory used, the methods, important discussion/debates and the main results and conclusions. It should be in PAST tense. No more than a page. Introduction A brief introduction to the dissertation subject area highlighting key issues or reasons for the study and, perhaps, any important areas or approaches not included in the research. Contemporary data and scene setting. This chapter should end with the overall aim of the research and list of objectives [primary and secondary]. Literature review A thorough, analytical and reflective analysis of the relevant literature. Typically this starts with literature that sets the context for the study and narrows down to define terms and theoretical frameworks or concepts which are of interest. Several areas of interest may be explored and their significance to the topic should be made clear by the author. Methodology Some assessment of the possible methods as well as an account and justification of the method(s) chosen. This section will usually include a (past tense) account of how the data was actually gathered including any problems arising. Headings should include: justification of the chosen paradigm [relating to the overall aim of the study]; primary and secondary data collection; sampling; recruitment of respondents; research design and procedure; limitations of the research; validity, objectivity and reliability of the research design ? Findings/ Results ?The data generated by the above. It should be reported as completely and neutrally as is possible such that the reader can assess it. In many cases some analysis will have been carried out and this should be made clear. Analysis/ Discussion The main analysis should be separated out. Further discussion of the data and analysis may be another separate section depending on the nature of the study. The analysis MUST benchmark the primary research findings with the review of the literature ? so that the student shows they have reflected and thought about the impact of their study 4 on current understanding Conclusions and Recommendations Conclusions should cover all the implications of the study including those from literature, from a consideration of methods, from data gathering and data generated. A clear summary and insight, an overall conclusion to the research aim and objectives must be here with some assessment of the strength of conclusions. Recommendations can be made concerning all aspects of the research and for future research and to the industry used for the context. Appendices, illustrations etc ? Any necessary additional information should be here, for example, sample questionnaires, topic guides, transcriptions etc References Full references to every source used, using the Harvard System of referencing. Bibliography [sources read but not cited] may also be included but not mandatory


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