One thing common to all these three is their internal structure. You will find an introduction, literature review, research methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion in all of them. Our assignment experts will discuss this in detail. We will begin with the difference between dissertation and thesis. We have discussed research paper in the end. 8 […]

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  Dissertations need to demonstrate knowledge and understanding beyond undergraduate level and should also reach a level of scope and depth beyond that taught in class. All dissertations must be presented in an appropriate academic style and format to ensure that the precise aims of the dissertation are met. It is important that the aims […]

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Australian subcontinent is increasingly becoming a hot cake in terms of amateur and experienced engineers who are desirous of lucrative and promising opportunity in this ever-growing sector. And with Australian recruiters opening up to international talent, there has been absolutely no stopping to aspirants from across the globe in crossing Australian boundaries. Engineers Australia is […]

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Research is commonly known to be search for knowledge. Research is an art of scientific search for specific information. According to Clifford Woody, research comprises defining and redefining problems, formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions, collecting, organizing and evaluating data, making deductions and reaching conclusion and further testing the conclusion whether they fit into formulating hypothesis. […]

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Often the distinction between qualitative research and quantitative research is framed in terms of using words (qualitative) rather than numbers (quantitative), or using closed-ended questions (quantitative hypotheses) rather than open-ended questions (qualitative interview questions). A more complete way to view the gradations of differences between them is in the basic philosophical assumptions researchers bring to […]

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A Strategy for Writing Up Research Results | Get Organized | Literature Review | Introduction | Design and Methods | |Analyze Your Data | Results | Discussion | Abstract and Title | Self-Revise | | Peer Review | Prepare Final Draft | Get Organized: Lists, Outlines, Notecards, etc. Before starting to write the paper, take […]

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Common Research Methods for the Social Sciences There are numerous research methods that can be used when researching scientific subjects, you should discuss which are the most appropriate for your research with your supervisor. The following research methods are commonly used in social science, involving human subjects: Interviews One of the most flexible and widely […]

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Plagiarism Plays a key Role here! Plagiarism is a critical issue when it comes to Engineers Australia Migration Skills Assessment. Never copy and paste project details from someone else’s CDR Report samples or from any other Internet sources. Misleading and false information is a major breach of ethical behavior according to Engineers Australia Skill Assessment Booklet. […]

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Qualitative research designs Action Research Action research is used to investigate the effects of small-scale interventions in real life situations that involve practitioners. It is often used when practitioners want to change their way of working, or introduce a new service and want to monitor that change concurrently. It is a problem solving approach that […]

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