Marketing Dissertation proposal

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What are the issues in writing a marketing dissertation?

Published September 1, 2012 by janicebroad

When writing a marketing dissertation a student should always take care of the fact that they should first select an appropriate topic and once they have selected the topic they should start the research based process. The research based process should be started from the scratch which would include aspects like secondary and primary research. It also includes aspects like qualitative and quantitative research selection. Besides that information should be collected from the scratch because through that research should be appropriate and updated in the longer run. However, there are certain issues in marketing dissertation like the topics usually selected by students are quite general and they are not able to filter out necessary information. In order to avoid information overload information should be selected from the scratch and that is the reason why selected areas should always be targeted by the researcher. Utmost importance should be taken in this regard in order to avoid any issues.

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What are the core reasons for the cancellation of a marketing dissertation proposal?

Published May 29, 2012 by janicebroad

Dissertation proposals are usually written before the dissertation and all the data is filtered out from different sources so that the student can initiate a proper dissertation. Marketing  Dissertation proposal at times can be tricky because it is highly probable that instructors might ask for revisions and the proposal would get cancelled. This is because of the scenario that students are not sure about the fact that what information would be included in the proposal and what is the core importance of a proposal.

There are number of reasons why a proposal gets cancelled and these reasons are listed below:

  1. The element of marketing research and pure marketing mythology is not present in the research.
  2. Ambiguity in terms of the preparation of aims and objectives.
  3. Lack of research based literature and analysis.
  4. Unable to collect important pieces of information through which decisions can be taken.