The topic of the dissertation should be based on your own energies and interests. Thus, the first step to determining the topic is to determine your main areas of interest. The role of introspection in this process is crucial.
Review your past work in the appropriate program and your special field and try to open several common areas of interest. What courses did you take? What did you write about the course articles? Also think about why you decided to concentrate in the chosen field of study. Considering these and other similar questions, you will begin to recognize certain patterns or trends in your work. Contemplation of these questions will allow you to determine your common areas of interest.
Find a topic in the area of interest is more difficult. The topic is best formulated as a question. But the questions can not be too broad, because the topic should be focused. It also can not be too narrow, since the goal of a good thesis is to ex
press thoughts of general importance through a detailed analysis of a particular case or cases.
Since the purpose of this process is to formulate a purposeful and thoughtful question, the best way to reveal the topics in the field that interests you is to start asking questions. Start with the problems that stand out in your mind. In addition, read the scientific literature on the approaches that you can take. If your topic seems too broad, this reading will give you some ideas on approaches that you could take. If your question is too narrow, the choice of articles and books can lead you to common problems that are related to your interest.