5 Great Tips on How to Write a Literature Review

By Amanda in Literature Review | No Comments

The first time I received a lecture on writing a dissertation was as soon as college opened for our third year. Disregarding the fact that it was too early for our professor to scare us all with the many-headed monster people call Dissertation, I now think his tip for us to focus on how to write a literature review foremost was the best advice I received in his class that term. Literature is... Continue reading →

23 Dissertation Topics in Human Resource Management to Consider

By Liam in Human Resource Management, Management | No Comments

When an undergraduate HR student is assigned the task of extracting their first title out of scholarly literature, they come across a tonne of potential dissertation topics. Or none. HR dissertation topics have a way of confusing undergrads, in the sense that the often unclear terminologies of human resource management literature can be quite ambiguous. You read an article about rewards. Then you... Continue reading →

10 Great Undergraduate Psychology Dissertation Ideas

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Writing a psychology dissertation can be an incredibly fun experience if you choose the right research problem and title. Okay. Maybe not incredibly fun (that’s usually not true for writing a dissertation in any field, I suppose, but, with the right kind of title, you can certainly make it enjoyable). The right thing to do is to make a short list of two to three psychology dissertation ideas so... Continue reading →