The Abstract should give some background information, clearly state the principal purpose of the research, give some information about the methodology used, state the most important results and - importantly - the conclusion. The Acknowledgments section is your opportunity to thank individuals who have been particularly helpful.The main body consists of several chapters of background, ideas, methods, data, argument, conclusions and implications.Therefore, research this topic before diving into work, take notes if necessary and make sure you understand information before you start writing.
The Literature Review/Theory will set your research against a background of what is already known about the topic in question, and be clear about the gap to be filled and the significance of this.
The Title Page should contain information to enable your supervisor and departmental office to identify exactly what the piece of work is.
It should include the title of your dissertation, your name or anonymity number, the degree for which the dissertation is being submitted, the name of the department, the name of the university, the year of submission and the name of your supervisor.
An introduction to a dissertation is a page that follows an outline of this scientific paper.
It invites audience to participate in a discussion over raised in a piece questions or statements.