The dissertation must follow a logical structure and provide a comprehensive and systematic account of the student’s scholarly work. It may include work from submitted, accepted or published journal articles with or without co-authors. Other scholarly artefacts such as film and other audio, visual, and graphic representations, as well as application-oriented documents such as policy briefs, curricula, business plans, computer and web tools, pages, and applications, etc., may be included as long as they are described and analysed in a scholarly context.
The dissertation should demonstrate the student’s ability to:
- Analyse the relevant literature critically.
- Use and describe in detail the appropriate methodology for the scholarly work that is being completed.
- Conduct research and present findings that contribute significantly and uniquely to knowledge.
- Examine knowledge claims and sources thoroughly.
- Place the dissertation’s work and findings within the larger field or discipline context.
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