The introduction chapter of a dissertation is the first chapter and needs to be written well because it sets the tone for the rest of the paper. The purpose of the introduction is to provide a justification for the research that is being done in the dissertation. Some of the aspects that need to be covered in the introduction include the context of the research, theoretical framework, statement of the problem, the aim of the research and a brief outline of the chapters that follow. It is always advisable that a preliminary introduction should be written first beforehand. This will give a sense of direction for the rest of the paper. After writing the entire paper, the student can write the fair copy of the introduction chapter.
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