Introduction acts as a bridge that transports your readers from their own lives into the place of your analysis.
Make sure your dissertation always has an introduction giving an relevant background information and let your reader know what will follow in the rest of the dissertation.
Introduction will provide your readers with their initial impressions of your argument your writing style and the overall quality of your work. A vague disorganised, error-filled will not set a good impression.
Acts as a road map for the rest of your dissertation.
Convey relevant information to your readers.
Letting them know what your topic is and how it is important and how you plan to proceed.
Opening with an engaging quotation, an interesting question. Pay special attention to your first sentence. Start by ensuring the first sentence says something good in an interesting and error-free way.