Social Media: Creating a Quality Dissertation

If you have a social media dissertation to write, you know that there is a major task that lies ahead. This task gives you a great opportunity for convincing professors and advisers that you have acquired skills and gathered important information during your study time. It also enables you to show them that you can include the information and skills collectively in presenting the final piece.

If you are looking for ways of creating a quality paper on social media, there are things that you should do to make the final work outstanding.

  • Refine the topic
    This is the first thing that you should do. Refine the topic in a way that makes it sufficiently narrow and broad to find relevant and adequate information for your paper. Make sure that the topic is contingent on your interests and length of the requirements of this work. For instance, if you want to write a 20 pages, double spaced piece compared to a 10 pages double-spaced page, expound on your initial ideas to ensure that you cover them adequately in that space. However, if you want to have a final piece of 20 single spaced pages, you have to choose a larger topic that enables you to present additional background information and cover the topic or subject properly.
  • Cover recent trends
    It is important that you conduct research on the recent trends of the social media. This enables you to have sufficient, relevant information to include in body of the piece. For instance, how has the social media changed marketing and advertising efforts? Are there privacy roles that cover social media activities? How is the social media affecting certain age groups? Consider such trends and get examples to support your arguments in the body of your thesis.
  • Conclude your thesis and make suggestions
    Once you have presented an argument on a refined topic, tie it up with a conclusion then make suggestions. Readers should clearly see how you have proven your thesis in the body of the paper. Also suggest future studies on the basis of your findings or limitations of your study or social media paper.
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