Write a research around 50 page and follow the below structu

Write a research around 50 page and follow the below structure , Progress report need it by 13 March ( the progress report is the same final report but i want it to send to my instructor to show him where i am now in my research which is around 5 page with a clear outline and some part of literature research and the complete final report need it after 20 days . ( Note progress report is around 5 pages the same for final report structure just to send to the university where i am in the final report). all reference should be academic resource articles, journals and research.Table of Figures…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. v Table of Tables……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… vi Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1An abstract is a short informative summary that brieflydescribes the problem, summarizes the main argument, the research methods andprocedures and lists the main findings and conclusions. Remember to keep itbrief, normally an abstract must not exceeding 500 words in the case of athesis and 300 words in the case of a dissertation. This summary must appear inthe front of the dissertation or thesis following the table of content and mustend with a list of not more than ten key words 1.Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2 Section 1 – Introduction (Normally Chapter 1) Our dissertation or thesis will start with an introduction. Here you should introduce the reader to the topic, telling the reader precisely what you are going to do and why it is worth doing. The introduction is usually a summary of the project proposal explaining what you are interested in and why and in general sense how you intend to study your topic, specifying your objective. It prepares the reader for the scientific argumentation and evaluation of the information and findings. 2.Literature Review…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3 Section 2 – Literature review (Normally 1 to 3 chapters) The literature review chapter(s) is an important part of your dissertation or thesis and it takes a lot of work and time to complete. It identifies the research that already has been completed in your topic area and provides an analysis of all current information relevant to the topic. A literature review should demonstrate that you have read broadly in your field and that you understand the important and analyzed the literature relevant to the topic. It is important for the student to note that it is essential to complete most of the literature study before proceeding to the final planning and execution of the research. The reason for this is that the student often neglects literature study. They start collecting data only to find out during the literature study that their methodology and questions have critical weaknesses. This has a negative effect on the study of the final product. Each section should be concluded with a summary of the principles found in the literature that are applicable to the study. 3.Methods and The Materials………………………………………………………………………………………. 4 Section 3 – Methods and the materials (Normally 1 chapter) The research methodology will explain to your reader the methods you used to gather the information and data for your paper to answer your research question, almost like a recipe. This chapter is regarded as the core of the dissertation or thesis as an error or weakness in this explanation can invalidate the findings, dooming the study as a whole. This chapter is often scrutinized very critically by other scientists, and weigh heavily in examining. Start the chapter with a clear explanation of the methodology that will be used to solve the problem. Provide a detailed description of the components of the methodology. Describe what the methods are all about and how you have executed the methodology. It should be clear why you choose to use this specific methodology for answering your research question 4.Research Results and Discussions…………………………………………………………………………….. 5 Section 4 – Research results and discussions – The Body (Normally 1 to 3 chapters) This component also known as “the body” of the dissertation or thesis, consists of the final results of the research, your analysis of them and your sub – conclusion. You should keep the body of your dissertation or thesis simple. Your findings can be anything from data from archives, results from an experiment or answers to questions. To present the massive volume of data collected in an ordered manner, the data must be put in writing. Arrange the data into tables and figures and arrange it in such a way that the specific groups of data correspond. The body of your dissertation or thesis will be divided into chapters and the chapters will be divided into sections and sub-sections. You do not want to “loose” your reader so you need to structure the body of the dissertation or theses carefully. You should make it as logical, cumulative and simple as possible. The conclusion must be motivated, and where applicable, based on a sound statistical analysis of the data. If there are different views of the concept it must be clearly stated by means of logical reasoning to indicate why one view is preferred to another. Conclusions and findings must always be clear on which facts and/or published literature the conclusions and findings are based. 5.Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6 Section 5 – Conclusion (Normally 1 chapter) In the final chapter all the loose ends are tied up and you must tell your reader what you have discovered in each phase of the research process and the worth of it. Here you give an overview of the research process clearly formulate your findings and conclusions regarding the research problem, sub-problems or hypothesis. 6.References………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7 Appendix A: Glossary……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8 Appendix B: Analysis ModelsNote : any suggestion from my instructor will be send to you to follow it in the research