How Internet and new technologies have affected the music industry ?

How Internet and new technologies have affected the music industry ?
Postgraduate Dissertation (around 15000words)
TOPIC: How Internet and new technologies have affected the music industry ?
Research questions: -How internet and new technologies have changed consumption habits in this industry ?
-How the new business model of digital distribution can impact the music industry?
Regarding the country and for the data, I think it’s better to use France or UK.
Dissertation guide
Diagrams, figures, tables, and illustrations should be incorporated into the text at the appropriate place, unless there is a series of them or they are continually referred to throughout the text. In this case they should be placed in appendices at the end of the work. You are advised to use a drawing package for diagrams and scan in other illustrations. The work of other authorities must be acknowledged. When quotations or general references are made they must be suitably referenced by using the Harvard system. Appendices should not contain material which is not used or referred to in the text. Similarly, illustrative material should not be included unless it is relevant, informative, and referred to in the text
Abstract. Set out on a page of its own immediately after the title page. The abstract is likely to be the last section to be written. It is a short (300 words maximum.) summary of the project (not an introduction) and should indicate the nature and scope of the work, outlining the research problem, key issues, findings and your conclusion/recommendations.
Table of Contents. An outline of the whole project in list form, setting out the order of the sections, with page numbers. It is conventional to number the preliminary pages (abstract, table of contents) with lower case Roman numerals (i.e. (i), (ii), (iii) etc.) and the main text pages (starting with the first chapter) in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) as shown below.
Contents Page
List of Tables i
List of Figures ii
List of Abbreviations iii
Acknowledgements iv
Chapter 1 (Title) 1
1.1 (First Section heading)
1.2 (Second etc.)
1.3 (Third)
List of tables and figures. You can present a list at the beginning of your dissertation/ project of the tables and figures you have included. A table is a presentation of data in tabular form; a figure is a diagrammatic representation of data or other material. Tables and figures should be clearly and consistently numbered, either above or below the table or figure. Each table and figure should have a separate heading (caption). The reader should be able to understand what the table or figure is about from this heading / caption without referring to the text for explanations. The numbers of the tables and the figures you use in the text and in the lists at the beginning should correspond exactly.
Main body of document, appropriately structured (this structure may vary depending on the nature of your dissertation.)
Bibliography / References
All references should be listed using Harvard Reference Style. A bibliography should be included at the end of the dissertation and should list, alphabetically, all the sources (including magazines and newspapers) that you have consulted even although they may not have been used. Anything that has been used should be included in the reference list. Books should be listed as: Author (surname then initials); title, edition, publisher, date. Other sources such as journals, magazines, and newspapers should be treated in a similar fashion. If sources are used which are not written in English then the English translation is required in the bibliography.
Dissertation form (Main body)
• Chapter 1 – Introduction An explanation as to what the Dissertation is all about and why it is important. The research questions or hypotheses.
• Chapter 2 – Literature Review A critical analysis of what other researchers have said and where your topic fits in. The theoretical framework.
• Chapter 3 – Methodology Why certain data was collected and how it was collected and analysed.
• Chapter 4 – Results A presentation of your research results.
• Chapter 5 – Analysis and Discussion Analysis of your results showing the contribution to knowledge you have made and acknowledgement of any weaknesses/limitations in your work.
• Chapter 6 – Conclusions/Recommendations A description of the main lessons to be learned from the study and what future research could be carried out.
• Chapter 7 – References and Bibliography References are a detailed list of sources from which information has been obtained and which has been cited in the text. The bibliography is a detailed list of other sources you have used but not cited.
• Appendices – Detailed data referred to but not shown elsewhere.
Appendices (these should only contain material which is genuinely supportive of the argument in the main body of the dissertation).