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How to write your dissertation data analysis chapters.

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How to write a (winner) doctoral thesis series
Writing your da...

Objective
This presentation aids you to write your data analysis
chapters for a thesis or dissertation.
● This presentatio...

How data analysis chapters differ from your
introductory chapters
Your introductory chapters set up the
thesis. The data a...

Structural racism
This dissertation is a story
about structural racism that
exists in society at large.
Each data analysis...

Go solo, it’s
your voice
Most doctoral thesis examiners expect
you to bring your voice to the forefront of
discussion beca...

Your data analysis should synthesise the corpus of literature.
Your theoretical discussion should explicitly advance your ...

Plan your data analysis chapter before writing it
Writing without a plan might waste time, e.g. you might write thousands ...

Planning the structure of each data analysis chapter
As a general rule, each data analysis chapter requires at least three...

These structures are acceptable if the scholar writes
cumulatively to advance a core theoretical argument.

Write paragraphs cumulatively. Your chapter
is the largest circle. It has one core message.
Chapter argument 1
Some people...

(2) Data analysis section - substructure (continued)
Your conceptual data analysis requires at least one theoretical discu...

Open your paragraphs with an argument
When writing the body of your chapter, i.e., the sections where you analyse data,
al...

‘Sandwich’ paragraphs in data analysis chapters
You should aim to write paragraphs using the ‘sandwich’ style when analysi...

Analysing qualitative data in a sandwich
When analysing qualitative data you normally do not need to list every piece of e...

Analysing quantitative data in a sandwich
Quantitative data should likewise be analysed within a theoretical sandwich. If ...

Weigh up the evidence in the conclusion section of each
data analysis chapter
This data analysis
chapter is about a
princi...

Further reading, open access (yes, free!)
Becker, H. (2002). Terrorized by the literature (Chapter 8, pp. 135-149), in Wri...

References
Hjerm, M. (1998). National identities, national pride and xenophobia: A comparison of four Western
countries, A...

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    How to write your dissertation data analysis chapters.

    1. 1.
      [email protected]
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      How to write a (winner) doctoral thesis series
      Writing your data analysis chapters

    2. 2.

      Objective
      This presentation aids you to write your data analysis
      chapters for a thesis or dissertation.
      ● This presentation is useful for candidates who have written one or
      more chapters and want to improve these drafts.
      ● This presentation contains information that is useful for your
      introductory chapters (e.g. literature review)

    3. 3.

      How data analysis chapters differ from your
      introductory chapters
      Your introductory chapters set up the
      thesis. The data analysis chapters are
      where you advance scholarly
      knowledge by interpreting evidence.
      Your data analysis chapters connect
      your primary and secondary data to
      your research question.
      2012 2013 2014 2015

    4. 4.

      Structural racism
      This dissertation is a story
      about structural racism that
      exists in society at large.
      Each data analysis chapter is
      a separate argument that
      seeks to prove that the
      underlying social problem
      which the thesis explores is a
      story about structural racism.
      Data chapter one:
      Linguistics
      Data chapter two:
      Cultural practices
      Data chapter three
      Racism (individuals)
      Example

    5. 5.

      Go solo, it’s
      your voice
      Most doctoral thesis examiners expect
      you to bring your voice to the forefront of
      discussion because a doctoral student is
      a serious scholar. You should avoid
      quoting other theorists directly too often.
      Acceptable:
      Jones (1960, p. 8) argues that racial
      health inequalities exist on three main
      levels.
      Better:
      There are three core domains of racial
      inequality that exist in the healthcare
      system (Jones, 1960, p. 8).

    6. 6.

      Your data analysis should synthesise the corpus of literature.
      Your theoretical discussion should explicitly advance your field.
      Camara Phyllis Jones
      Confronting Institutionalized
      Racism (1960)
      Edward Said Iris Marion Young
      Orientalism (1979) Justice and the Politics of
      Difference (1990)
      Kymlicka
      Multicultural citizenship:
      a liberal of minority rights
      (1995)
      Add your name to this wall of scholars. Your thesis makes a substantial contribution to your field.

    7. 7.

      Plan your data analysis chapter before writing it
      Writing without a plan might waste time, e.g. you might write thousands of excess words.
      2. Review
      your
      data
      3. Ask yourself: how does
      the conceptual literature
      aid you to understand your
      data and to pursue your
      research objective/s?
      Before
      you write
      each
      data
      chapter:
      1.
      Revisit
      your thesis
      objective and
      questions
      4. Plan a
      skeleton
      outline
      5. Write your
      draft data
      chapter
      6. Edit your
      Data chapter

    8. 8.

      Planning the structure of each data analysis chapter
      As a general rule, each data analysis chapter requires at least three core elements:
      (1) An introduction
      An opening sub-section that introduces the core theoretical argument of the chapter and explains how
      this links to the research objective of your thesis. You may outline the chapter structure and volunteer
      other details such as the names of key theorists and theoretical works and briefly state how these
      shape discussion. Link this opening to the closing section of the previous chapter.
      (2) A middle section which is your analytical argument.
      In this section you analyse data using conceptual theory to advance the literature to achieve your
      objective/s.
      (3) A conclusion section.
      Parts (1) and (3) are easiest as they normally are brief. Part (2) is more difficult part to plan.

    9. 9.

      These structures are acceptable if the scholar writes
      cumulatively to advance a core theoretical argument.

    10. 10.

      Write paragraphs cumulatively. Your chapter
      is the largest circle. It has one core message.
      Chapter argument 1
      Some people ostracize
      speakers of foreign languages
      merely because they do not
      understand the other person’s
      native language.
      Chapter argument 2
      Some people reject speakers of
      a foreign language for reasons
      that concern socio-linguistic
      differences between the
      foreigner’s culture and their
      own culture.
      Core chapter argument
      1 2
      Theories of xenophobia Theories of xenophobia
      Theories of
      xenophobia
      Theories of xenophobia (e.g.
      Hjerm, 1998) are the
      common thread throughout
      the entire chapter.

    11. 11.

      (2) Data analysis section – substructure (continued)
      Your conceptual data analysis requires at least one theoretical discussion per chapter
      that uses evidence to advance your argument. There is no maximum number of
      theoretical arguments you may put forward per chapter. The ‘golden’ rules of this
      section are:
      (i) There must be one overarching theoretical argument that runs through each data
      analysis chapter – the ‘core message’ you wish to communicate in that chapter.
      (ii) If you have two more more sub-arguments, then these arguments must be
      interconnected to the overall theoretical argument that shapes the chapter.
      Always write cumulatively within a chapter and between chapters.

    12. 12.

      Open your paragraphs with an argument
      When writing the body of your chapter, i.e., the sections where you analyse data,
      always write the first sentence as an argument that you plan to explore in that
      paragraph. Do not open your paragraph with a narrative statement.
      Flawed opening (narrative)
      Jones’s (1960) research examines aspects of inequality in the healthcare system.
      Good opening (argumentative)
      The three dimensions of racism that Jones (2002, p.9) argues comprise
      “institutionalized racism” are explicit in Immigration policy documents published the
      Australian Government during the 1950s. For example, a document titled …

    13. 13.

      ‘Sandwich’ paragraphs in data analysis chapters
      You should aim to write paragraphs using the ‘sandwich’ style when analysing data.
      The bread is your theory. The filling is your data analysis.
      1. Open each paragraph with a conceptual argument that cites a theorist.
      2. Next, analyse data using conceptual principles to illustrate your theoretical argument.
      3. Close the paragraph by showing how your analysis proves your opening argument.
      Point 3 :
      (a) Do not repeat point 1 (opening). Find an inventive/fresh way to restate your point.
      (b) Connect this statement to next paragraph so that you advance your argument cumulatively.

    14. 14.

      Analysing qualitative data in a sandwich
      When analysing qualitative data you normally do not need to list every piece of evidence that fits a
      pattern if this body of evidence is large. It is usually acceptable to cite a representative piece of data
      and explicitly inform you audience that this evidence is a representative sample. For example:
      It is evident that xenophobia, which is rooted in linguistic differences (Hjerm, 1998, p. 340) exists in
      regional Australia. This theme recurs in free-flowing speech extracted from the semi-structured
      interview. Of the 30 volunteers who participated in the interview, the vast majority (28 of 30) stated
      that they are wary of befriending persons who speak English as a foreign language. This statement
      by participant number 17, ‘Maria’ is representative of those made by these participants:
      I avoid making friends with people who don’t speak English as a first language, as
      I just assume we don’t have too much in common (Maria, 2014, NP).
      This evidence supports Hjerm’s (1998) theory because these volunteers show no evidence that they
      might change their mind in future or engage with the ‘other’ on rare occasion.

    15. 15.

      Analysing quantitative data in a sandwich
      Quantitative data should likewise be analysed within a theoretical sandwich. If you use a diagram
      such as a table, graph or chart, do not use this diagram to complete the paragraph. You must
      complete the paragraph by inserting a theoretical discussion under the diagram. For example:
      Institutionalised racism (Jones, 1960) within the healthcare system is evident from data captured from
      national healthcare databases. Table 5 illustrates this argument with reference to colon cancer rates:
      Table 5: Newly diagnosed colon cancer rates by racial group (2000 to 2015)
      (Source: National Health System, 2016)*
      This data is indicative of institutionalised racism, because the disadvantage of the minority group is
      disproportionate to their representation in the population.
      * Fictitious data and reference for illustration
      Racial group % of the population % of colon cancer rates
      White 70% 20%
      Other 30% 80%

    16. 16.

      Weigh up the evidence in the conclusion section of each
      data analysis chapter
      This data analysis
      chapter is about a
      principle known as
      Xenophobia. Therefore
      all discussion in this
      chapter must connect
      to xenophobia.
      Xenophobia based on linguistic
      factors is one explanation for
      why youth from non-English
      speaking backgrounds
      experience social exclusion in
      England. When weighing up the
      evidence, it is clear that the fear
      of not understanding a foreign
      language is the dominant factor
      that explains xenophobia in the
      community. Socio-linguistic
      differences between cultures are
      also a factor.

    17. 17.

      Further reading, open access (yes, free!)
      Becker, H. (2002). Terrorized by the literature (Chapter 8, pp. 135-149), in Writing
      for social scientists: How to start and finish your thesis or article, Chicago, Illinois:
      University of Chicago Press. <http://users.soc.umn.edu/~uggen/Becker_86.pdf>.
      This chapter gives good insight into how to use scholarly theory and principles to
      shape the ways that you conceptualise your discussion and analysis of data.
      Murray, R. (2011), How to write a thesis, New York, USA: McGraw Hill/Open
      University Press.
      <http://www.academia.edu/download/31055962/How_to_Write_a_Thesis.pdf>. This
      is a 340 page book. I suggest you access it now before it is removed..
      See chapter 8 (pp. 238-257) – structuring your chapters: planning and writing.

    18. 18.

      References
      Hjerm, M. (1998). National identities, national pride and xenophobia: A comparison of four Western
      countries, Acta Sociologica, 41(4), 335-347.
      Jones, C. (2002). Confronting institutionalized racism, Phylon [1960], 7-22.
      Kymlicka, W. (1995). Multicultural citizenship: A liberal theory of minority rights. Oxford, England:
      Clarendon Press.
      Said, E. (1979), Orientalism. New York, USA: Vintage.
      Young, I. M. (1990), Justice and the politics of difference, New Jersey, USA: Princeton University Press.

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