Narrowing down your research question is an important step in dissertation writing, as it helps you focus your research and ensure that your project is feasible within the time frame and scope of your program. To narrow down your research question, start by considering your own interests and passions within your field of study. Think about areas where you feel most motivated and where you believe you could make a meaningful contribution. Then, do some preliminary research to see what work has already been done in these areas, and consider how you could build upon or expand upon this work. From there, start to refine your research question by considering the scope of the project and the specific research methods you plan to use. Make sure that your question is clear and specific, and that it is feasible to complete within the time frame and resources of your program.
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