In the remainder of your thesis, this kind of information should be avoided, particularly if it has not been collected systematically.
Tip: Do not spend too much time on your background and opening remarks before you have gotten started with the main text.
Most importantly, a research question is something that The outline gives an overview of the main points of your thesis.
It clarifies the structure of your thesis and helps you find the correct focus for your work.
The research question can be formulated as one main question with (a few) more specific sub-questions or in the form of a hypothesis that will be tested.
Your research question will be your guide as your writing proceeds.
This section describes the main elements of a written thesis for the Norwegian bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Although the organising principles described here are most clearly relevant for empirical theses, much of the advice is also relevant for theoretical work.
The main objective is to give the reader a good idea of what the thesis is about.
The summary should be completed towards the end; when you are able to overview your project as a whole.