A dissertation is one of the requirements that college or University students are supposed to write as part of their qualification for their masters or doctoral degree. Consequently, students are required to identify research topics, research on them and come up with a dissertation document.
There are basically two types of dissertations i.e. qualitative and quantitative. A qualitative dissertation has variables that cannot be quantified as in the quantitative dissertation. In that regard, the components of a qualitative dissertation are a bit different from the components in a quantitative literature dissertation.
In chapter two a student is required to write a literature review. Unlike in a quantitative dissertation, a review of literature is done after the collection of data.
Under this, the following elements should be included
Chapter four does not have many components like in the other chapters. Here, the student is supposed to state his/her research findings in a detailed manner. You should only give information based on the sources you used while carrying out the research.
Chapter five is the last part of a literature dissertation. It is the part that summarizes all that is in the research paper. You should therefore be as precise as possible and conclude your dissertation in a good and clear way. The following are the components to be included here.