The No-Fail Method To Choose Great Dissertation Topics

In order to pick a great dissertation topic, there are various things that you can do; however, the following method is likely to give you great topics every time.

To start with you should look for prewritten samples for inspiration then, once you have a few ideas in mind, you should spend about fifteen minutes or so jotting down everything that you can think of, no matter how silly the ideas might seem at first.

Once you have these ideas written down, you can use spider diagrams or any other method you like to expand on them further – it is at this point that you might be able to change silly ideas into great ones.

Once you are satisfied that you have expanded the various ideas sufficiently, it will be time to make a list of the pros and cons of each idea, so that you can gradually narrow the list down until you have a great idea to use.

In order to help with the inspiration stage, there is a list below of ideas that you might like to consider.

  • What will be the future of environmentally-friendly transport and what developments might be introduced within the next decade?
  • To what extent does the European Union help refugees from war torn areas of the world, and is it doing enough?
  • Compare and contrast the conditions required for diary and arable farming and what impact does this have on countries with different farming conditions?
  • Compare and contrast the metric and imperial systems and which countries use them, as well as what the future might hold
  • Analyse the amount of money earned by television writers and discuss whether or not they earn a fair wage, and what was the impact of the US television writers strike in the early 20th century?
  • Compare and contrast the learning abilities of students who speak more than one language with those who are monolingual
  • Compare and contrast the cost of military spending in the top 10 richest countries in the world
  • How do restaurants develop menus and price lists and, considering the wages paid to staff, do they charge enough?
  • Compare and contrast the minimum wages and living wages for the top 10 richest countries in the world examine to what extent does poverty exist in those countries
  • Should the world do more to ease the debt burden first by developing countries?

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