I am just at the initial stage of my PhD. I have planned it in a very systematic manner so that I don’t have to face any difficulty later. But after noting down each and everything I came to know that I might find some problem while working on my introduction chapter. So, to be sure I want to ask all of you about the things should be covered in an introductory chapter of a thesis? What is the ideal format?   

asked on 19 Jul 18Ritu Gupta ritu gupta
4 Answers
answered on 19 Jul 18

Introduction chapter includes:
Background of the topic, Purpose of the Study, Significance of the Study, Primary Research Questions, Research Design, Assumptions, Limitations, and Scope, Definition of related terms.

Nancy Trivedi nancy trivedi
answered on 20 Jul 18

https://www.win.tue.nl/~setalle/introduction.html
Look into this link for every information about the introduction chapter.

Mansi Singhal mansi singhal
answered on 21 Jul 18

7 Key Elements To Include In your introduction chapter.
1. A great opening paragraph
2. A compelling character
3. A strong voice
4. A well-chosen starting point
5. An authentic sense of place
6. A burgeoning conflict
7. A hook for your intended readership

Brijesh Sharma brijesh sharma
answered on 22 Jul 18

http://www.thesishelpcenter.com/phd-chapters-writing-service.php . You can also take help from them. They will provide you with the best advice and the most suitable experts for you.

Nilisha Yadav nilisha yadav

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