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INTRODUCTION WRITING A THESIS OR DISSERTATION: AN OVERVIEW OF THE PROCESS CHAPTER 1 GETTING STARTED CHAPTER 2 SO WHAT? DISOVERING POSSIBILITIES CHAPTER 3 THE PROPOSAL AS ARGUMENT: A GENRE APPROACH TO THE PROPOSAL CHAPTER 4 MAPPING TEXTS: THE READING/WRITING CONNECTION CHAPTER 5 WRITING AND REVISING CHAPTER 6 WRITING THE LITERATURE REVIEW CHAPTER 7 INCORPORATING VISUAL MATERIALS CHAPTER 8 THE ADVISOR AND THESIS/DISSERTATION COMMITTEE CHAPTER 9 WORKING WITH GRAMMAR AND STYLE CHAPTER 10 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS WORKING WITH HUMAN SUBJECTS WRITING THE ABSTRACT SUBMITTING A THESIS ELECTRONICALLY AVOIDNG PLAGIARISM
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