Creating A Winning Dissertation On Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a topic of great concern to many people, all over the world from every walk of life. It can be one of the most difficult cases of violence to deal with because of the sensitive relationship that exists between the two parties. When approaching this topic, one often finds them self walking a very fine line between objectivity and sexist viewpoints so care must be taken to avoid misunderstandings.

To begin constructing an essay on this topic, as with any other essay, one must first prepare their material in draft form. This helps to ensure that you do not over look any important aspect of the paper. In these short steps, I will outline a simple guideline to help you write a winning dissertation on domestic violence:

  1. Consider all available information on the issue
  2. There have been countless studies conducted on this matter as psychologists try to find solutions to this very dangerous, family crippling problem that exists in homes across all countries. You should make use of all documented information on the matter, I would not recommend interviews as the emotional nature of this matter can make it both harmful and dangerous to all parties involved.

  3. Formulate a strong, solution seeking hypothesis
  4. Make your hypothesis a positive one, seek to find a solution to the problem rather than a party to blame. Because of the relevance of this topic to society’s well being, your research does have the potential to impact society, make it a positive one.

  5. Conduct detailed research
  6. While there is a lot of information available on the topic, it is still possible to conduct intensive research and completely miss the point. Formulate a plan of action for your research ventures, this will help you to avoid omitting important aspects of the study.

  7. Present your information
  8. Data only becomes information after it is understood and it is quite difficult to understand data in its raw form. Make use of one of many tabulation methods to present your data, this will help your readers grasp the meaning of it better.

  9. Analyze the data objectively
  10. During your interpretation of the data, or after, have a friend work with you to ensure that your personal biases do not contaminate your assessment of the information.

  11. State your conclusion firmly
  12. Your final statement should wrap up your paper tying up all lose ends and provide the reader with a solid close to the paper.