This part of your thesis generally contains required factual information.
give credit where credit is due
avoid plagiarism at all costs!
A thesis must include a list of cited literature or bibliography listing all works that are referred to in the text. This section follows the last page of the body of text and precedes the appendices (if any).The styles used for listing sources in the list of cited literature or bibliography are detailed and complicated, and they can vary considerably among academic disciplines. For this reason, follow the most-widely accepted scholarly style manual in your field.
Even though there are many styles on how to cite references, virtually every style includes the minimum following parts:
These represent the basic guidelines, yet there are numerous anomalies:
information that supplements or clarifies information in the body of text, yet is too long
Appendixes (also appendices) should be limited to supporting material genuinely secondary to the main argument of the thesis. They must include only material that supplements or clarifies material referred to in the thesis. This material is put into an appendix because its usually long and complex nature would be distracting in the body of text.
In scientific writing, the appendix usually represents a detailed explanation that is too long for the Methods section of your thesis which would be disturbing to the reader because the excessive detail distracts the reader from the inherent train of thought.
Appendixes typically include:
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