Not all theses have a separate theory section. In the the theory section is included in the introduction, and the second chapter covers the methods used.
Second, good drawings are very valuable. Otherscientists will understand your paper better if you can make a drawingof your ideas. A co-author of mine has advised me: make figures thatother people will want to steal. They will cite your paper becausethey want to use your figure in their paper.
—. “Towards an English Wyclif Canon.” Essays on English Language in Honour of Bertil Sundby. Ed. L.E. Breivik et al. Oslo: Novus, 1989. 179-84.
The Secondary Sources are not subdivided by discipline because it has proven impossible to find categories which do anything but confuse rather than clarify the content of the sources. Some annotations are provided for help. For more help, see , “A Selected Bibliography for Lollard Studies,” indexed under “” on the .
—. Sitzungsberichte der kaiserlichen Akademie Wissenschaften in Wien, Philosophisch-historischen Klasse 136 (1897): 1-135. [This is the first part of a two-part study published in two extended journal articles; see below for the second, published in 1907. (2.1 mb)]
Mullett, Charles F. “Cant Language, Common Language, and Ambiguity: English Churchmen, Linguistics, and Social Change.” Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 40.3 (1971): 447-59.
Gender construction and its negotiation in the course of second language learning: a case study of Chinese students learning English as a foreign language in a state secondary school
The purpose of writing a thesis proposal is to demonstrate thatIf you can outline these points clearly in a proposal, then you willbe able to focus on a research topic and finish it rapidly. A secondary purpose of the proposal is to train you in the art of proposalwriting. Any future career in Environmental Sciences, whether itbe in industry or academia will require these skills in some form.
—. Sitzungsberichte der kaiserlichen Akademie Wissenschaften in Wien, Philosophisch-historischen Klasse 156 (1907): 1-118. [The second part of a two-part study, the first of which was published in 1897, above. (1.9 mb)]