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What makes an event memourable- The Glastonbury Case Study
The Introduction (approximately 1,000 words)
It should provide enough background information for the reader to understand the context of the study from an academic and tourism/event industry perspective. If your dissertation is industry based it may also include some information about a specific company or organisation. It will refer to key areas and themes related to your dissertation topic that will be expanded upon in the literature review. The introduction often tends to move from the general to the specific. In order to achieve this, your introduction should inform the reader of the current state of knowledge in your area, whilst highlighting the current gaps that your study intends to address. This section should end with a clear statement of the aim and objectives or the hypotheses of your study.