A dissertation being written for a degree in social science at the master's level is much like any other, in terms of structure and format. You need to have an introduction, a literature review, research methodology, analysis of information, findings or result section, discussion and conclusion. As the dissertation goes from a general introduction to a specific research design and findings for the issue, and again to a generalized conclusion and discussion, the shape of the document can be assumed to be like a funnel, going from broad to narrow and again to broad.
A social science dissertation primarily studies the members of the society and the relation between them by using empirical techniques. Since social science is a broad term used for a number of subjects, the exact format and writing style followed for each of those subjects will vary marginally. For instance, the look and feel for a political science project will be different from that adopted for an anthropology work.
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