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Introduction and Other Paper Parts

It is important to note what works the author published earlier within the framework of this topic, what materials he relied on when writing his dissertation. The main task of the introduction is to briefly acquaint with the study, to create a first impression of it.

Theoretical chapter

At this stage, the author will have to sort everything out and outline the basic concepts, mechanisms, methods. To do this, he will have to "shovel" a lot of literature, study the works of other scientists, read recent studies on the same topic. It is important that all sources are reliable. Any hypothesis must be substantiated and reasoned. At the end of each subparagraph, brief conclusions should be drawn.

Practical chapter

Writing a practical chapter involves the study of a particular object, an analysis of its main functions, efficiency, weaknesses and strengths. At this stage, a fact is formed and confirmed: the topic has not been fully studied, there is room to “turn around” and improve the whole (invent a new one) or a separate part.

Recommendation part

Here, the researcher must propose his activities and justify them from two angles: technical and economic. This section reveals the effectiveness of the proposed solutions and demonstrates the practical significance of the dissertation. There is no place for errors and errors in the calculations, so all data must be carefully checked (preferably several times).

Most often, the practical and recommendation chapters are combined into a single section.


Do not copy conclusions from each subparagraph or chapter and simply paste them into this section. It is important that the author is able to prove that the purpose of the study has been achieved, the tasks have been solved. In this section, special attention is paid to the practical part and the proposed activities, taking into account their effectiveness, the practical significance of the study is proved.

List of sources used

This list should indicate all the works on which the author relied when writing the dissertation. Moreover, in the theoretical chapter there should be links and footnotes to them. The list of literature should include not only textbooks, but also dissertations, monographs, publications and scientific articles published over the past 3-5 years. The fresher the material, the better.

It is important that the thesis is written in a scientific language, without errors. The text must comply with the principles of coherence, consistency, capacity, conciseness, clarity and clarity.

More resources: Where Can I Find Sample Dissertations? How to Use the Services of the Expert-analytical Center of the Academy of Sciences Main Features of a Dissertation in History Structural Features of a Dissertation in History How to Formulate a Scientific Problem in a Dissertation?

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