Writing dissertations differs from writing thesis papers in that dissertations focus on providing a detailed presentation of information learned on a topic over an extended period. Conversely, thesis papers involve the evaluation of a new topic guided by the hypotheses formulated. Since a well written dissertation is aimed at adding to the body of knowledge on the topic, keeping track of the developments that have occurred on the subject is vital. Such developments are relayed through previous studies done on the topic, which makes a review of literature a core component of dissertations.

The purpose of reviewing literature when writing dissertations is to not only identify the information that already exists on the topic, but also identify points of convergence and divergence in such information. Where there are points of divergence, you, the dissertation author, can then access whether such divergence results from differences in methodology. Since a dissertation is a culmination of years of research on a specific topic, writing a dissertation will require substantial preparation, planning and organization. A well written dissertation needs to not only demonstrate a logical flow of ideas, but also highlight that the author has an excellent grasp of ideas and concepts advanced on the topic.

In writing a dissertation, you must be aware of the audience of your dissertation. A dissertation is meant to foster academic discourse and the first audience will be the panel of experts to whom you are to present the dissertation. Since the panel members are highly knowledgeable on the subject of study, your dissertation should avoid presenting unverified opinions, use of colloquial language, undefined jargon and slang. A well written dissertation shows clarity of thought; for instance, avoiding use of unqualified words such as probably  (without stating the probability), and likelihood without presenting a quantitative qualification of how likely the phenomena described was.

As such, even if you are knowledgeable in the subject, ensuring clarity of your writing requires that you proofread your dissertation severally before providing a final copy. Our services help to check flaws in language, grammar and content in your dissertation by providing editing services that are performed by an editor who has pursued a course identical to your subject. In such a way, you are ensured that the paper you receive will have corrected for subject-specific terminology, in addition to grammar.

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