thesis

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Englisch - Türkisch
tez

Onun tezi bir anlam ifade etmiyor. Öncelikle onun teması belirsiz. - His thesis doesn't make sense. To begin with, its theme is obscure.

Tezinin konusuna karar verdin mi? - Have you decided the subject of your thesis?

{i} önerme
{i} (yazılı eser olarak) tez
{i} sav

II. Dünya Savaşı'ndan sonraki uluslararası anlaşmazlıklar hakkında bir tez yazıyorum. - I am writing a thesis about international disputes after World War II.

Yüksek lisans tezinin savunması sadece önümüzdeki aya rastlıyor. - The defense of the master thesis is just happening next month.

bitirme araştırması
iddia
(birdemde) tez
{ç} the.ses (thi'siz)
(Tıp) Herhangi bir konu üzearinde yapılan belli bir sonuca yönelik bilimsel çalışma, tez
mısraın vurgulu kısmı
{i} vurgulu hece (mısrada)
man tez
{i} (Felsefe) tez, sav
bitirme tezi
bitirme ödevi
tezli
teze
thesis grade
(Eğitim) tez notu
thesis grade
(Eğitim) tez sonucu
thesis sentence
tez cümlesi
postgraduate thesis
(Eğitim) yüksek lisans tezi
thesis statement
tez
bachelor thesis
Lisans tezi
master thesis
Yüksek lisans tezi
graduate program with thesis
(Eğitim) tezli lisansüstü programı
theses
tez

Tezini çürütmeye çalışmayacağım. - I won't try to refute your theses.

write a thesis
tez yazmak
write a thesis
tez yapmak
write a thesis
tez hazırlamak
write up a thesis
tez yazmak
write up a thesis
tez yapmak
write up a thesis
tez hazırlamak
Englisch - Englisch
A written essay submitted for a university degree
A statement supported by arguments
an essay or treatise on a particular subject
A dissertation or thesis is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author's research and findings
The documented results of research, resulting in a degree being confirmed on the researcher
- the statement that declares the opinion or idea the writer wishes to support
The part of the foot upon which such a depression falls
{i} hypothesis, proposition to be proven; dissertation, research paper written by a candidate for an academic degree
a treatise advancing a new point of view resulting from research; usually a requirement for an advanced academic degree
Research project completed by a graduate students Specifically refers to masters level work, but used to identify both thesis and dissertation in University Libraries
the main idea of an essay; the point of a piece of writing; an assertion
The depression of the voice in pronouncing the syllables of a word
an unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument
- main idea of an essay
(thee-siss) A thesis is the main proposition (or line of argument) of a piece of research or writing The plural of thesis is theses (ie thee-sees)
A sentence that establishes the point, main argument or direction of a paper
The accented part of the measure, expressed by the downward beat; the opposite of arsis
A position or proposition which a person advances and offers to maintain, or which is actually maintained by argument
A thesis is an idea or theory that is expressed as a statement and is discussed in a logical way. This thesis does not stand up to close inspection. = argument
The first part of an antithetical figure of speech; also, the unaccented or shorter part of a poetic foot Sidelight: In classical prosody the thesis was the accented or longer part of a foot, but a misunderstanding which occurred in the definitions of poetic feet caused the meaning to become reversed (Contrast Arsis)
A research paper written by post graduate students Normally based upon a theory that the student wishes to investigate and will ideally based on an original idea
"a position to be maintained [supported] or proved" (Oxford Canadian Dictionary) A thesis is an answer to a judgement-type question
"The point " The thesis is the statement being made or the question being asked by the producer of the work; it is the centerpiece of that work It may be stated overtly up front, or it may be subtly revealed through time At its simplest, it the statement of Who? What? When? and Where plus the author's viewpoint or situation Back Home | Top | Know What You're Reading | What to Look For | Circling the Image | Hints on Notetaking | Using Your Notes | Writing Papers | The Library | Glossary of Terms | Credits
A thesis is a long piece of writing based on your own ideas and research that you do as part of a university degree, especially a higher degree such as a PhD
A thesis is a substantial Master's level paper presenting independent research, which makes a contribution to the current body of knowledge in a scholarly field
The sentence or groups of sentences that directly expresses the author's opinion, purpose, meaning, or proposition It should be short and clear A thesis is NOT: A series of cold facts A restatement of the obvious
A hypothetical proposition maintained by a debate
Same as a theme some instructors ask students to begin their papers with a thesis statement– a clear statement of the principal point you intend to make in your paper This online guide refers to the same goal by asking the student to begin their papers with a clear statement of their theme
an idea or a statement of an idea in the form of an assertive declaration Think of a thesis as a controlling concept for the whole essay A thesis is not a topic (such as "the Internet") nor a statement of fact, but a specific, assertive opinion about a topic, an opinion that requires explanation at length to be valid Two examples of good thesis statements follow: a "Too many Americans waste time surfing the Internet instead of using their time productively " b "Many Americans have found the Internet useful to help them in their education, in their job, and in their responsibilities as a citizen "
Hence, an essay or dissertation written upon specific or definite theme; especially, an essay presented by a candidate for a diploma or degree
a dissertation embodying results of original research and especially substantiating a specific view; especially : one written by a candidate for an academic degree
the basic argument advanced by a speaker or writer who then attempts to prove it; the subject or major argument of a speech or composition
Original research often required for a Master's Degree
Master's students are typically expected to write a thesis, which is a report on the results of original investigation, in conjunction with the thesis committee Length and style of thesis vary by department, but all must be filed with the University
An affirmation, or distinction from a supposition or hypothesis
the University's student information system
an essay or treatise presented by a candidate in partial fulfillment of the requirements for an advanced degree
dissertation

I wrote my dissertation about that. - I wrote my thesis about that.

I wrote my dissertation about this. - I wrote my thesis about this.

thesis statement
A thesis statement is a focused selection of text that can be anywhere from just one sentence to a few pages in size that clearly delineates the argument that will be taken in a proposed paper to be written. A thesis statement should be prepared in advance for all types of scientific writing, in order to give the paper a good structure
thesis statement
an assertion that states a position, is arguable, and the focus of a paper
thesis statement
A very short summary of the thesis, often in one or two sentences Your thesis statement should appear in the first couple of paragraphs of your term paper
thesis statement
the controlling idea or argument of your essay: a thesis should be specific, contain an opinion rather than fact, and not announce your topic
thesis statement
- a statement of purpose that contains what the paper is going to prove AND how
thesis statement
a single sentence that formulates both the topic and the point of view of the researcher toward that topic; provides a way of making sure you know where you are heading and that you remain on the right track as you plan and write
thesis statement
A statement of your position on the issue you have chosen It may be a sentence or two, and should announce what you want to argue It should have three characteristics *It should attempt to convince readers of something, change their minds about something, or urge them to do something *It should address a problem for which no easy solution exists or ask a question to which no absolute answer exists *It should present a position that readers could disagree with realistically It should be so clear that it leaves no doubt in your mind or the reader's mind about what stand you are going to take about the issue, or what the issue is
thesis statement
A statement that articulates the purpose of a research paper
Merton thesis
A theory that significant developments in the modern world have a positive correlation with Protestant pietism, similar to Weber's link between success and Protestant ethic
master's thesis
A thesis submitted for a master's degree
theses
plural of thesis
thesis
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