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Consumer buying behaviour towards branded clothes in Singapore

Paper instructions:
Master level dissertation , which include 7 chapters. Word Limits 15000 words
Master level academic
Abstracts 300 words ( Words count not included )
Pure research
1 chapter – 1500- 2000 (words) Introduction
2. Chapter Review of literature 3000 (25- 30 Review) 2700
Conceptual framework (300 words)
3. Chapter Methodology (3000 words) or 2000 words
4 – 7 Chapter 5000 analysis using SPSS software
2000 Conclusion, Recommendation and Findings.
Objectives 5-7 (5-7 research questions)
30 Questions use Survey ———questionnaire ————— to collect data
100 – 200 references ( Harvard )
Consumer buying behavior towards branded clothes in Singapore
Word Limits 15000 words
Abstracts 300 words ( Words count not included )
Pure research
1 chapter – 1500- 2000 (words) Introduction
2. Chapter Review of literature 3000 (25- 30 Review) 2700
Conceptual framework (300 words)
3. Chapter Methodology (3000 words) or 2000 words
4 – 7 Chapter 5000 analysis using SPSS software
2000 Conclusion, Recommendation and Findings.
Objectives 5-7 (5-7 research questions)
30 Questions use Survey ———questionnaire ————— to collect data
• Chapter 1 – Introduction An explanation as to what the Dissertation is all about and why it is important. The research questions or hypotheses.
• Chapter 2 – Literature Review A critical analysis of what other researchers have said and where your topic fits in. The theoretical framework.
• Chapter 3 – Methodology Why certain data was collected and how it was collected and analysed.
• Chapter 4 – Results A presentation of your research results.
• Chapter 5 – Analysis and Discussion Analysis of your results showing the contribution to knowledge you have made and acknowledgement of any
weaknesses/limitations in your work.
• Chapter 6 – Conclusions/Recommendations A description of the main lessons to be learned from the study and what future research could be carried out.
• Chapter 7 – References and Bibliography References are a detailed list of sources from which information has been obtained and which has been cited in the
text. The bibliography is a detailed list of other sources you have used but not cited.
• Introduction – Is the abstract adequate? Is there a clear purpose and rationale for the study? Clear set of objectives / research questions? (10%)
• Use of Literature / Sources – Was the range suitable and adequate? Has a critical review of the literature been adopted? Has the student made a ‘link’ between
existing literature and their own research? (20%)
• Research Design & Methodology – Was research design and methodology discussed? Was the approach appropriate? (20%)
• Results, analysis and interpretation of data – Has the data been accurately presented and analysed or are the findings merely a description? Appropriate theory
applied? Interpretation – Has the student made reasoned judgments on their findings? (30%)
• Conclusion & recommendations – Are conclusions reasoned? Do they correspond with the objective(s) of the dissertation? Has the student reflected on the extent
they have achieved their objectives? Limitations and future research discussed? (10%)
• Presentation – structure & language, Harvard Referencing correctly applied, appropriate use of tables/diagrams? (10%)