Micronesia, with a population of approximately 120,000, is a U.S. Trust Territory comprised of 2,000 islands scattered across the Western Pacific. Twenty-five years ago most indigenous peoples lived primarily on a crop gathering and fishing subsistence level. The traditional diet appeared to have been quite adequate as evidenced by the reported general good health of the population at that time (2).
THIS REPORT FOCUSES ON SHOWING THE CHANGES THAT OCCUR WHEN ALTERING THE LATERAL RESISTING SYSTEMS IN THE NEW YORK POLICE ACADEMY. THIS ALTERATION EFFECTED BOTH THE ARCHITECTURAL FACADE AND THE CONSTRUCTABILITY OF THE BUILDING. THE INTEGRATION AND EFFECTS OF THE NEW LATERAL SYSTEM ARE DISPLAYED IN THIS REPORT. PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO VIEW THE ENTIRE FINAL THESIS REPORT.
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Usually the preparation of preface and appendix sections is deferred until the body of the project report is written. The exception to this is in the preparation of the reference list. The first draft of this reference list should be assembled when the literature review chapter is drafted. This list will grow with subsequent chapters, but the majority of entries will remain the same. Citations should be complete. It is exceedingly time-consuming and frustrating to retrieve and complete citations later in the year.
Thesis reports should clearly state the subject under discussion, its scope, and the methods the student has used to explore it. A thesis report on a scientific experiment should mention all the details that may impact the experiment's results, such as any equipment that the student had to build or modify or any environmental variables that the student had to consider, and a thesis report on a practicum should mention any factors that influenced the experience, such as any target demographic. The goal of providing this background information is to prove the validity of the results the student has obtained. For example, a thesis report on counseling methods may seem untenable unless the student specifies that he or she has only explored those methods for a certain group of people, such as urban teenagers.In a thesis report, the writer establishes the report's structure and scope central statement that he supports throughout the document. This central statement is by definition arguable, neither an obvious matter of indisputable fact nor a mere opinion that cannot be successfully defended or verified. For instance, the statement, 'The process of refining crude oil into usable product is difficult, time consuming, and costly,' is a simple and undisputed matter fact; it might work for a long, simply factual school paper, but would be superfluous in the working world. Or the statement might serve as the thesis for a description of an oil refinery to a lay audience or novices. However, if audience wanting a description of an oil refinery were potential investors, thesis would not work because that audience implies a specific rhetorical purpose with many limitations and special demands. Similarly, using the description for public relations would imply a specialized document, not at all typical school report.