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Get professional help with your Architecture Thesis, Dissertation, or Research Paper

Architects are not writers, which is just one of the reasons that students in architecture can benefit from the assistance of a professional editor when preparing their formal academic work. A dissertation in architecture can take many forms and as is the case in many disciplines, the initial challenge is to keep the focus of the paper narrow enough to enable the student to argue the thesis statement without getting bogged down in the material that supports it. This is a particular challenge in this field because so many papers in this discipline are focused on the evaluation of architectural work in the context of history. These can include evaluations of architectural works of a given period in history, of a region, that reflect a particular concept, that reflect a particular tendency in architectural history, that reflect the relationship between the architectural history and the art of a region, or that discuss the relationship between a region's architectural heritage and the environment of a region. The most clear and concise way to address almost all of these schemes is with a detailed evaluation of a specific architectural work.

This does not mean that the paper has to be completely focused on a specific architectural work or that the paper cannot make a "bigger picture" argument; indeed, discussions of particular architectural works can often serve as a very effective bridge to greater concepts in the field of architecture (e.g., "form follows function," "spatial concepts in the architectural history of a given region," etc.).

The best place to start is with a comprehensive outline that identifies the thesis statement and then identifies the elements of the paper that will support it. This is particularly important in developing papers in this field, again because the discussion of the context in which a particular architectural structure is being discussed can start to overshadow the discussion of the structure itself. One strategy that can help you to avoid getting "bogged down" in the overall historical context of a given analysis is to keep the paragraphs of your dissertation relatively short. It is also important for your discussion to reflect the fact that you have thoroughly researched your argument, and references to other works in the field that will support your argument must of course be adequately footnoted and annotated in your research paper. Also, it is important for the conclusion of your paper to come back to the primary argument that you have offered in your introduction and, ideally, in the title of your paper as well. A professional editor can help you to ensure that you have covered all of these bases in your document.