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When do I need to start writing the Introduction chapter of my dissertation? Even though Introduction if the first chapter of dissertation, many tend to think that this section should be written last, after everything else has already been written. We do believe that there is some logic about it, but there is more to it.

Definitely, the ideas and research questions you have in the beginning may change in the process of research, and the entire scope of work may change its direction up to several times. This is the norm of dissertation writing. It means that you progress and your thoughts and ideas become clearer and more defined.

But to track the changes and to make sure that your study is logically structured and flowing smoothly, you need to have your Introduction written. There should be clear relation between the chapters of dissertation. And as Introduction gives the idea of what the work is about, you should go back to it and check that all other sections of your research derive from, are connected to, and answer the questions raised in the first chapter.

That is why we do recommend writing a draft of your dissertation introduction at the very early stages of your research; and then amending it at later stages if necessary (sure it will be), therefore when you are not sure about some information that you should or should not include into the study, you can get back to introduction, review it, and determine what is relevant and what it not. And in the end, when you have written all the chapters, you will need to review the Introduction for the last time and correct it so that it corresponds to the entire research.

What should I include into the Introduction? We are often being asked if all dissertation introductions look similar. They do in a way. Every Introduction should answer a number of questions to get the reader understand the intentions of the research. The first chapter is a brief presentation of the study, well outlined and clearly stated. This section should have a specific structure:

  • Introductory Paragraph where the domain of study is stated as well as the subject of research.
  • Background of the Problem section should describe the research that has been done in the field of study, this should even include some information from Literature Review section, but it needs to be written clearly and precisely. The point is to identify the areas of study that have not been well researched yet; and by doing to so emphasize the importance of the study and lead to the statement of problem.
  • Problem Statement. This part should derive from the conclusions in the background of the problem, where it was stated which areas in the domain of knowledge are not well researched, and thus provide the reason for further investigation. Problem Statement must be clearly defined.
  • Purpose of the Study is the part of Introduction where research methods are stated. Each research method should be described in brief.
  • Significance of the Study section should clarify why this specific study is important, how it can fill the gaps in knowledge in the domain of study, what kind of contribution it can make, how the study can be used.
  • Research Questions should derive from the Purpose of the Study. It’s necessary to determine exact questions that the study will answer. There can be up to several questions. But the most important thing is not to make the research shallow or overly broad.
  • Hypotheses (testable predictions) should be pointed out for quantitative study. Qualitative study does not have hypotheses.
  • Research Design should explain how the research will be conducted, who will participate in it, what procedures it will include and what instruments will be used.
  • Theoretical Framework must include a theory that serves as foundation of the study and provides the perspective to base the research upon.
  • Assumptions, Limitations, Delimitations. The assumptions part should describe what is evident about the research and its conduct. Limitations should point out the weaknesses of the research. Delimitations are the limitations used by researcher.
  • Definitions of Terms. This section should only include definition of terms for the readers who already have knowledge in the field of study.
  • Summary should conclude the Introduction and provide transition to the next chapter.

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