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Dissertation Online

Dissertation is the most serious and the most complicated type of academic assignments. If you fail your dissertation, it means that you fail to get your degree; hence, you wasted several years of studies.

It is quite normal that students are looking for some dissertation help, since they are not quite confident in their powers, they do not know what to start with, how to choose a topic, how to develop it, what style to use, etc. That is why students are looking for the ways out of this situation.

One of the ways of solving this problem is to use dissertations online. Dissertation online is a piece of writing, prepared by another student that is already defended. To put it clearer, let us say that an online dissertation is just what can save you. Someone composed this dissertation, and defended it in front of the dissertation committee. Then, he or she decided to place his or her dissertation online in order to share it with other students who are at a loss to prepare their own dissertations.

Of course, you may think that it is rather normal to use someone else’s online dissertation for your purposes. If one student managed to defend such a dissertation, you are certain to repeat his or her way by defending this online dissertation. But, indeed, you are in a big trouble, especially if your online dissertation was already used by someone else. In this case you will definitely be accused of plagiarism and the results can be very bad – up to the expulsion from the university.

We do not recommend you to use already prepared online dissertations. If it is really impossible for you to prepare a dissertation on your own, you had better buy a customized dissertation from some reputable dissertation writing service. In this case you are certain to get a high quality dissertation, which is sure to be non-plagiarized.

Articles from:

Emerald ICT Online Database
Articel 1
Empowering Entrepreneurship and Innovation
in female Run ICT small firmsLynn M. Martin
The University of Central England Business School, Birmingham, UK, and
Len Tiu Wright
De Montfort University, Department of Marketing, Leicester, UK

Summary of the article:

The development of new information communication technologies (ICTs) over the last ten years has given the opportunities for women to develop as entrepreneurs and innovators. This is due to the development of diversity within related business sectors with “software” and “hardware” divisions including businesses such as virtual auction houses, virtual trading for traditional goods, and product-specific or sector-specific portal sites focussing on key niche markets. Here the internet is seen as potentially providing a level playing field for businesses,especially for women where such factors as ethnicity and gender, for instance, may not be immediately obvious from a website presence or from purchase of goods in a virtual environment. Similarly, home working empowered via new technologies is seen as another way women may develop as employees and also entrepreneurs through ICTs (Goyal, 2001). This by no means, shows the role of ICT in supporting women entrepreneurs in operating their businesses.
Articel 2
Malaysian women entrepreneurs:
understanding the ICT usage
behaviors and drivers

Nelson Oly Ndubisi
Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University Malaysia,
Bandar Sunway, Malaysia, and
Cengiz Kahraman
Industrial Engineering Department, Istanbul Technical University,
Istanbul, Turkey
Summary of the article:
In Malaysia, the importance of entrepreneurial ventures in the economic development of the nation is indisputable. Chee (1990) reports that entrepreneurial ventures tend to employ more workers per unit of capital, help increase total savings in the economy, have a favorable impact on regional development, serve as training grounds for developing the skills of industrial workers and entrepreneurs, and play an important complementary role to large firms in the economy. Tan (1990) adds that they help to sustain economic growth and stabilize the economy in periods of recession. They are also very significant contributors to the economic strength of the nation considering the direct output of goods and services as well as the role in supplying requisite inputs to other enterprises and government undertakings. As a result, the Malaysian Government has been concerned to create and develop quality, resilient, and successful entrepreneurships which are competitive in all the potential growth sectors of the economy, and to cultivate an enterprising culture among Malaysian women. Malaysian women have played a very important role in the economic development of Malaysia. From padi (rice) cultivation to fishing, mining, commercial crop cultivation, manufacturing and other entrepreneurial activities, Malaysian women have played a part. The role of Malaysian women entrepreneurs in particular in the economic development of the nation is becoming more and more strategic and indispensable today than in any other time in history. Taib (1994) asserts that “opportunities readily available to Malaysian women today were not there more than 24 years ago”.

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