By the time you start to write the first draft of your dissertation, you will probably already have accumulated a wealth of notes, scribbles and ideas.
Planning is essential, but do not be hesitate to draw up new plans whether it is a brief abstract of your dissertation as a whole, or a detailed breakdown of a particular chapter.
Here is an indicative structure that might help you with your initial plan.
The field of study, the research question, the hypothesis (if any) or, more generally, the research question that is to be investigated.
It is highly advisable to draft a plan of the dissertation.
There is a lot in common between different dissertations regarding the structure and although you do not need to stick slavishly to a standard plan, such a plan is very helpful as a template to impose some order on what may seem an unmanageable task.
Your dissertation supervisor may advise on the title in order to help you find and define the focus of the dissertation.
You should examine articles in scholarly journals for examples of appropriate titles for a study of this length.
You should consider the benefits of your chosen method as well as identifying any disadvantages and how you overcame them.
Ethical issues and the ways in which you dealt with them should be noted.