A Ph.D. Thesis topic will be complex and result in recommended solutions to a problem faced by other experts in your field. This project will be a large project requiring a great deal of research, including a study that you will carry out to identify how successful your solution is to solving the problem. Your study will be conducted using a number of resources and identify if your results were effective in proving your conclusions and solutions. This is the hardest and longest paper you will ever work on, and it is also the most important. Thesis submissions can be considered for awards, are used in your portfolio, and enable other researchers to further their own work.
Your topic must be clearly thought out – this is best accomplished by creating a chart or list of what will need to be done, how much time it will take, and what items must be done in what order. Start very simply by – picking a subject in your field, finding a problem in the subject, and researching what has already been learned about possible solutions. Keep in mind that your solution may not work for all audiences – this is a limitation of your research and must be noted within the limitations section of your Ph.D. thesis. Be careful to pick current problems, unless an old problem contains a solution to a new problem. For instance, some current problems can often look to previous problems in history for solutions to new problems today. Healthy behaviors in children can be found created through marketing methods that were productive in decreasing smoking in youth. Methods for building relationships with consumers can be found in the small business behaviors of yesterday or the “mom and pop” shops of today. However, a paper written about programming difficulties of DoS will most likely not be as effective as resolving problems in VC++ or other related current programming languages.
- Overcoming Java Issues in Web Development: Compatibility Issues and Browsers.
- Teen Pregnancy: Changing Values on Sex and Parenting in the 21st Century.
- Developing Diabetes Programs for Lower Income Households: Challenges of Income Versus Health Needs.
- Marketing to Children: Positive Reinforcement and Brand Recognition Rather than Negative Role Models and Product Specific Advertising.
- Target Market Image Objectives: Maintaining Brand Image through Multi-Faceted Marketing Objectives.
- Building Diverse Workforces While Still Developing Organizational Culture.
- Patient Needs for Increased Emotional Care in Hospitals Requires Education in People Skills.
- Testing Job Satisfaction Against Fear of Economic Recession: Preventing Reduced Productivity During the Recession.
- Free Downloads of Movies Influences the Purchase Rate of New Movies: Opening Up Sales in Online Stores May Decrease the Loss of Revenue.
- Social Networking Sites Leading to Cultural Changes in Teens and Young Adults.
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