How to Write a Master's Thesis

SAGE, 22 apr. 2009 - 300 sidor

Yvonne N. Bui’s How to Write a Masters Thesis is a step-by-step guidebook that demystifies a process that can often prove to be overwhelming and confusing to graduate students. The tone and format of the book is reader-friendly and includes practical suggestions that go beyond informing what “should” be done. It is chock full of detailed explanations, examples, and supplemental materials that have been used successfully in advising students in completing their master’s theses.

Key Features

  • Provides detailed explanations of the various components of the master’s thesis
  • Presents concrete strategies on how to conduct a literature review, write each chapter of the master’s thesis, and apply the American Psychological Association (APA) editorial style
  • Covers both quantitative and qualitative research methods
  • Includes sample excerpts adapted from students’ completed master’s theses in each chapter
  • Contains a comprehensive resources section that features “Try It” exercises and reflection/discussion questions designed to help students work through the thesis process
  • Presents numerous figures and captured screen shots from relevant Web sites, ERIC electronic database, and SPSS software integrated with the text

Intended Audience
The book is intended for graduate students across the social and behavioral sciences undertaking a traditional five-chapter thesis as part of the requirements for a master’s degree as well as the university faculty who advise them.


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Exceptionally written and helpful

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If only my thesis was this well written. The author managed to make a "how to" book entertaining AND informative. It is well organized and offers very practical advice on how to write a Master's ... Läs hela recensionen



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Om författaren (2009)

Yvonne N. Bui (PhD, Special Education, Learning Disabilities, University of Kansas) is an Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Learning and Instruction, School of Education at the University of San Francisco. She teaches master’s and doctoral level courses in Special Education, Research Methods, Master’s Thesis, Statistics, Grant Writing, and Dissertation Proposal Development. She serves as the chairperson and committee member for students’ theses and dissertations within the School of Education. She is the coeditor of Exceptional Children in Today’s Schools: What Teachers Need to Know. Her research interests include developing curriculum for students with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and international special education. Her personal interests include reading, writing, hiking, backpacking, camping, traveling, and spending time with her family.

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