Creating A Strong Dissertation About Sustainability: 10 Helpful Tips
The need to adopt methods that propitiate sustainability is both evident and critical. Making a case for it should thus be persuasive. Make it as such.
What is the primary purpose of (any) dissertation?
The primary purpose of having the students write a dissertation is to instill in them the ability to think for themselves.
To a certain point, students need to be taught. And after a certain point, the students need to stop, look, and listen, and apply their own minds about the subject matters in question.
This is because the real world is not governed by examinations that will cover a scope of a few books. Instead, the real world will require of the students to understand for them whatever is in question, and then apply them to further develop or solve the issues.
What is sustainability?
By the contemporary definition in pertinence to ecology, sustainability refers to an operational mechanism by which biological systems operate in a diverse and productive capacity.
In a broader sense, a sustainable system will be a system that is designed to endure, persevere and last. It should be able to restitute to its original form after the incidence of any fault or error. It should have resistance to damage by catastrophes. And, it should work in synchronicity with other systems, without hindering their productive output.
How to write a strong dissertation about sustainability?
We have composed a short list of points that may help you with that…
- Read a ridiculous amount of literature on the subject matter, and create summaries of each one highlighting the key points from each one.
- Brainstorm, and create an outline for your thesis, and the framework for your dissertation. Give your thoughts some order.
- The outline of your thesis should be like the drawings in the coloring books you used as a child. They should be meaningful so that when you color inside them, they lead to a useful/good looking result.
- The framework for your work would be like the coloring books that were based on the color by number concept. Follow the numbers and you will find a beautiful result at the end.
- After you are done brainstorming, write all of the ideas on small notes, and put them on a board. See them now.
- Collectively associate similar looking ideas.
- Progressively associate similar ideas into bigger pictures. Form aggregate positions now.
- Now that you have big chunks of useful information, decide what order you need to present them in so as to make the maximum sense.
- Begin piecing the pieces of the puzzle together iteratively.
- Have many people read your work before submitting it. Fresh eyes may catch something you may have missed.