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Composing An International Relations Master's Thesis In A Proper Way


One of the most important papers that you will be asked to write to obtain your Master’s degree in international relations is your thesis. The main focus of this paper is to show your understanding of the topic. It will aim to prove that you have mastered the information and you are ready to work in the field. There is a specific way that you should compose your thesis. Here are some helpful tips to help you do it in a proper way.

  1. Developing a central question
  2. The first thing that you will have to do is develop a central question to write your paper on. The topic that you choose is very important. You will need to choose a topic that is interesting, unique, and relevant. It will need to be interesting so that you want to conduct the extensive research on the subject. The topic should be unique because you will be adding to the overall knowledge in the field. It should also be relevant because the idea is to learn more about your field of study which you can do by conducting research on a relevant topic.

  3. Conducting research
  4. You will now need to conduct some research on the topic so that you can start to build your paper. You will need to know just about everything there is to know on the subject and the best way to do this is to make sure that you plan your paper out so that you have an idea of the source information that you are looking for.

  5. Choose the committee
  6. You will also have to choose the committee that will review your thesis. It should be key people in your field of study.

  7. Complete a literature review
  8. The literature review is the part of your paper and part of your proposal that works to discuss the resources that you will use to prove the things that you will discuss in your paper.

  9. Create an outline
  10. You should then develop an outline so that you can organize your ideas and make sure that the information that you are going to discuss proves your thesis statement and doesn’t get off topic.

  11. Set up paper
  12. Set up your paper in accordance with your example. Make sure that it contains a title page, signature page, abstract, table of contents, introduction, body, conclusion, work’s cited page or bibliography, and appendices and notes.

 
 

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