If you are not familiar with the structure of dissertations and doctoral papers, you should review a thesis sample to get a better understanding of the peculiarities of structure, style and appearance of this type of work. However, we do not recommend following the chosen template too meticulously, lest you inadvertently commit plagiarism.
Plagiarism is categorically prohibited in most institutions of higher education, and students caught plagiarizing can be subject to a bad grade or even worse – expulsion from your Ph D program.
Ethically, however, the project raises serious questions about the morality of genetic engineering.
To handle both the medical opportunities and ethical dilemmas posed by the genome project, scientists need to develop a clear set of principles for genetic engineering and to continue educating the public about the genome project.
However, the expert’s performance may be disturbed by changes in their usual environment.
Your research abstract should elucidate all of these important points.
Before writing the main body of your thesis,carefully read through the particular project’s guidelines, and adhere to the requirements.
You may find it useful to look at a dissertation abstract template to get a better understanding of its structure.
(The examples above are taken from Form and Style (10th ed.), by Carole Slade; The Scott, Foresman Handbook for Writers (5th ed.); and the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.).) Note: The following are specifications for an abstract in APA style, used in the social sciences, such as psychology or anthropology.
If you are in another discipline, check with your professor about the format for the abstract.