Choosing a Right Topic

Choosing the right topic only means opting for a topic that genuinely interests the individual. There is not much use in making a choice based solely on current affairs because an issue that is currently widely discussed may go out of bounds by the time the dissertation is submitted. Making a choice based on interest is important also because the individual will have to spend a lot of efforts on research which might otherwise cause frustration and reflect on the researchers’ outcome.

Interesting topic also signifies that the theme chosen should be subjective with an aesthetic attribute to it. At first, the researcher should be capable of convincing the readers that the topic chosen is worth their attention. Supporting the claim through real world examples helps in ascertaining the researchers’ position, to a great extent. Even on choosing real world examples, the individual should incorporate fresh perspectives into the issue to retain the reader’s attention. However, the new ideas should result in valid points to mark an impression on others minds that the approach to the issue is entirely new and beneficial.

The topic might also be empirical. For this, the researcher should support his subject with proper theoretical justifications in the most appropriate manner. There should be a strong tie between the empirical and theoretical framework chosen.

For a good listener, the right subject might arise even when listening to speeches or lectures on the relevant subjects. Attending departmental seminars exposes some of the unlimited choices that are available. It also gives an opportunity to observe successful people and their ability to reasoning, presentation skills and their approach towards an issue.

Henceforth, a topic is deemed to be the right one only if it interests the observer and brings out the best possible resourceful dissertation from the researcher.