Criteria for developing a dissertation into a journal paper.
|1||Introduction||Issue under investigation, statement of the aims and objectives, and reasoned rationale.|
|2||Literature review||Comprehensive investigation of secondary sources and conceptual framework.|
|3||Research methodology||Philosophical underpinnings, selection, and application of research methods appropriate to methodology.|
|4||Research findings||Presentation of primary data that reflects theoretical framework.|
|5||Discussion||Critical evaluation of the relationship between the empirical results and the literature.|
|6||Conclusion||Key issues from the primary and secondary research investigated which are focused towards responding to the aims and objectives. Consideration of the recommendations, research limitations, future research, and policy implications.|
|Based on the marking criteria for dissertations, University of Glamorgan.|