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Golafshani, N. (2003). Understanding Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report, 8, 597-606.

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  • TITLE: PhD Thesis Writing Process: A Systematic Approach—How to Write Your Methodology, Results and Conclusion

    AUTHORS: Qais Faryadi

    KEYWORDS: Thesis Writing Process, PhD, Social Science, Research Methodology, Results, Conclusion

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.10 No.4, April 26, 2019

    ABSTRACT: I have already discussed the PhD introduction and literature review in detail. In this paper, I discuss the PhD methodology, results and how to write a stunning conclusion for your thesis. The main objective of this paper is to helpPhD candidates to understand what is a PhD methodology and guide them in writing a systematic and meaningful PhD methodology, results and conclusion.The methodology used in this research is a descriptive method as it deliberates and defines the various parts of PhD methodology, results and conclusion writing process and elucidates the “how to do” in a very unpretentious and understanding manner. As thus, this paper summarises the various steps of thesis methodology, results and conclusion writing to pilot the PhD students. This road mapis a useful guidance especially for students of social science studies. Additionally, in this paper, methodology writing techniques, procedures and important strategies are enlightened in a simple manner. This paper adopts a “how-to approach” when discussing a variety of relevant topics such as introduction, formulation of the methodology, variables, research design process, types of sampling, data collection process, interviews, questionnaires, data analysis techniques and so on. Results and conclusions are also discussed in detail, so that PhD candidates can follow the guide clearly. This paper has 5 parts such as Introduction, Literature reviews, Methodology,Results and Conclusion. As such, I discuss Methodology, Results and Conclusion as the final assessment of the PhD thesis writing process.