Top Tips on Writing a Dissertation: Surviving The Write Up

This is easily the most stressful part of your dissertation. You will promise yourselves the day you pick your topic that you will finish your dissertation months before the deadline. You will be super organised and have it edited to perfection weeks before the hand in. And then other assignments/commitments/life gets in the way, and … More Top Tips on Writing a Dissertation: Surviving The Write Up

Top Tips on Writing a Dissertation: Choosing your topic

I’m going to do a mini-series on advice for undergraduates (mostly geography but anyone can follow this advice) writing a dissertation. It is probably the biggest part of your degree and if carried out properly, the most rewarding. Here is my tips on the first stage of your dissertation: choosing your topic Pick something that … More Top Tips on Writing a Dissertation: Choosing your topic

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Hi Guys You’ve probably noticed a lack of posts recently. I haven’t forgotten about you- don’t worry! I am actually in the middle of writing my dissertation. Which is due in 12 days. 12. Days. For those of you who don’t know, a dissertation is 12,000 words and comprises a literature review, my independent research … More No Posts

“Sorry you can’t sit with us”: Exclusion and Belonging

Sometimes, Geography overlaps with other disciplines, such as sociology. This post gives a brief over view on Geographies of exclusion and belonging; concepts which straddle both discipline. What is Exclusion? Exclusion is being left out. It is being denied the same rights other people get. Its being told you can’t go somewhere or do something. … More “Sorry you can’t sit with us”: Exclusion and Belonging