Archived Material (Dissertations)

This book takes you through all the elements needed for a successful dissertation proposal and dissertation. The book explains the sections required for both proposal and dissertation, and offers helpful downloadable templates to assist with the presentation.

Step 2: What sections go into a dissertation?

Appendices


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An appendix normally includes research related material that does not fit easily or suitably in the body of the paper:

  • survey questionnaires
  • observation sheets
  • interview transcripts
  • supplementary data which adds useful information or insight but is not essential to the understanding of the paper

An Appendix:

  • is positioned as the final section of your dissertation or thesis.
  • is numbered and titled 
  • uses a different page numbering system ('A-1', 'A-2' etc.).

Appendices

Figure 8: Example appendices page

Remember: 

You can have more than one appendix (appendices).

For each Appendix, start on  a new page.