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Without a doubt the methodology section for any student writing a thesis or a dissertation is the most significant and relevant part of the paper because it highlights the tools that you have made use of and the ways that you have taken up while researching. It also highlights the skill with which you have compiled the gathered information and in the smooth manner in which it flows from the abstract to the results; the start to the conclusion.

During the process of writing a methodology chapter, you will want to implement four key parts. The first is to do a review of the issues that need to be addressed i.e. deciding on the questions to be answered and the issues that may arise in finding those answers.

Next you must include a general overview or definition of the avenue you will choose during your research. Following that, you should supply a complete description of how you plan to collect the essential data, including the analytical agenda you will follow to come to the conclusions based on that information.

In choosing your research methods, you need to take into consideration two things:

1. What kind of data needs to be gathered?
2. What procedures to choose in accumulating the data?
  • Experiments
  • Field work
  • Surveys, interviews and published information

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