ISSERTATION TITLE:Privatization of Mobile Telecommunications Company in Kuwait: The case of, Zain Company

Chapter 3: Methodology
The methodology section presents the details of the research process; it is the way or
ways you answer the problem specified in the aims section. Although the exact
content of this section will vary as a function of the nature of the particular research,
the methodology section should generally include the following topics:
1. Participants and/or sites: This will include detailed descriptions: who or what
they are; where they are located; why and how they were chosen; how access will be
obtained; ethical concerns regarding access such as confidentiality; when and how
often met with, etc.
2. Role of the researcher: This will include a detailed description of what posture(s)
you will take as a researcher, such as participant-observer, clinical interviewer, etc.
Address how these roles fit with the research questions and theoretical framework,
and how your prior experience, research or otherwise, will affect the study in terms of
researcher bias.
3. Data gathering or data generation techniques: You will include a detailed
rationale and descriptions of what was done, when, how, how long, why, etc.
4. Data analysis: You will describe the proposed analytic process, your rationale for
choosing it, and the various steps involved in it, whether graphical, statistical or other.
5. Trustworthiness of the method: Discuss issues such as validity, reliability,
ethics, and ability to generalise. Discuss also the validity and reliability of the data.

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ISSERTATION TITLE:Privatization of Mobile Telecommunications Company in Kuwait: The case of, Zain Company

Review of the Literature (25%)
This is an examination of the literature relevant to the dissertation subject, and the subject area to be researched should logically flow out of it. For high marks, all relevant research directly bearing on the dissertation subject should be included and a substantial proportion of the literature you review should derive from academic sources (peer reviewed journals). A target figure would be around 40-50% of your review.
In other words, you will be expected to show a thorough understanding of what has already been written about the subject and how the research question derives from the knowledge you have gained from your reading.
A good literature review will not merely list all the works you have read and describe what you thought of them. You should weave your review into a narrative in which the various aspects of the subject you are studying form the thread.
Remember also that we are interested in your views and evaluation of the literature and not merely a repetition of what had been said before.
Finally, there are two important outcomes which should be made clear as a result of your literature review.
1) There should be a clear link from the literature review to your research question(s) so the reader is led naturally from one to the other.
2) There should be a statement of your a?theoretical frameworka for the dissertation. This is one of the elements which most clearly distinguishes research from management reports. Discuss this with your supervisor if you need guidance on what a theoretical framework is.

I will also provide u with the dissertation proposal to have an idea about the dissertation it self and upload as much sources to read as possible and the comments from my university to take in consideration