Lapologue Dissertation Introduction

Bonjour a tous, voila j'ai un sujet similaire, je dois rédiger la première dissertation de mon existence , voici mon énnoncé

dans sa préface a "Monseigneur le Dauphin" La Fontaine a dit "Je me sert d'animaux pour instruire les hommes" Pensez vous comme lui que le but de l'apologue soit uniquement didactique ?


donc après analyse du sujet, j'ai dégagé le plan suivant (pas de synthèse car 1°re S, elle est facultative et je ne sais pas ce que c'est)

I) thèse: l'apologue une visée didactique

- Une visée morale universelle
- des personnages universel




II) Antithèse: l'apologue un récit distrayant et ludique

- récit bref et simple
- des animaux comme personnage principale= ludique



Mais voila le problème je suis presque certain qu'il me manque des éléments dans ma thèse, et certains de mes arguments (je pense aux personnages sont sujet a redites dans la thèse et l'antithèse) je fais appel a vos avis éclairées pour m'indiquer des pistes pour une organisation cohérente de mon devoir !!!

Merci d'avance

je suis a l'affut de la moindre petite idée ou petit conseil, alors n'hésitez pas !!

Sinon je pense avoir trouvé un autre arguement mais je ne sais pas dans quelle grande partie le caser: c'est la fonction engagé de l'apologue

cordialement

The idea of ‘contributions to knowledge’ largely appears in PhD-level work and less so at the Master’s level, depending of course on the nature of the research. Master’s students might want to check with their supervisor before proceeding with this section. Ultimately, in this section, the focus is to demonstrate how your research has enhanced existing knowledge.

Your main contribution to knowledge likely exists within your empirical work (though in a few select cases it might be drawn from the literature review). Implicit in this section is the notion that you are required to make an original contribution to research, and you are, in fact, telling the reader what makes your research study unique. In order to achieve this, you need to explicitly tell the reader what makes your research special.

There are many ways to do this, but perhaps the most common is to identify what other researchers have done and how your work builds upon theirs. It may also be helpful to specify the gap in the research (which you would have identified either in your dissertation introduction or literature review) and how your research has contributed to ‘filling the gap.’

Another obvious way that you can demonstrate that you have made a contribution to knowledge is to highlight the publications that you have contributed to the field (if any). So, for example, if you have published a chapter of your dissertation in a journal or you have given a conference presentation and have conference proceedings, you could highlight these as examples of how you are making this contribution.

In summing up this section, remember that a dissertation conclusion is your last opportunity to tell the reader what you want them to remember. The chapter needs to be comprehensive and must include multiple sub-sections.

Ensure that you refresh the reader’s memory about your research objectives, tell the reader how you have met your research objectives, provide clear recommendations for future researchers and demonstrate that you have made a contribution to knowledge. If there is time and/or space, you might want to consider a limitations or self-reflection section.

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