Thesis Statement ….make a powerful and sensible argument
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The success of any form of academic writing largely depends on the quality of material provided on the content of the writing. The main objective of any writing is to covey the writer’s idea to the readers; it also reflects the writing and the formatting skills of the person. Your dissertation writing will reflect your deep understanding of the subject of your choice; it need not be another form of boring and lengthy writing. It is your idea and in your thesis you will have to present this idea, all along your thesis discussing and arguing the idea with support from your selection of background studies. The essence of your thesis lies in proving this idea, with a powerful performance backed by a strong argument and effective statements.
Thesis statement asserts your idea in few words; it is a brief explanation of your subject matter, the methods you plan to use and also the relevance of the topic that you choose
It is an outline for your entire dissertation paper written in limited numbers of words.
The readers will get a clue from your thesis paper on what they can expect to find in your dissertating paper.
It is like a claim, you make an assertion and tell the reader where you stand, you agree or disagree, with which the readers too may give a thought to it and decide to agree or disagree.
A successful thesis statement depends on a strong argument and a significant amount of assertion in the statement.
Regardless of what ever you write, a research proposal, introduction or a literature review, your thesis statement has to appear at least twice in the content.
It always has to be included in an introduction…usually, it is written in one line…when you conclude your thesis, and you will have to include it again but in a rephrased manner.
You may have the freedom to choose your topic from your area of interest or you may be asked to choose from a list of topics, which means that you will have to figure your thesis statement by yourself. The task may be difficult but for students who love challenge, it means fun, appealing and interesting.
Using your imaginative powers, creativity, your knowledge and understanding of the subject you are free to put out your argument in your thesis statement.
It is very important that when you choose your subject matter, you must take enough time and come up with one after enough thought on it.
In reality, your thesis statement undergoes a change with the progress in your dissertation writing. As you go on progressing with your research you go on getting new information and materials from different sources, which might quite prove useful for your argument.
More over do not choose a thesis statement that is simple or the one that has been effectively proved by someone already. Choose your idea wisely so that you have a scope to prove an argument that has never been proved by any one so far.