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You really need to focus on a far more specific topic, online shopping is such a huge area! How about thinking about your own experience of online shopping (or that of others you know) and a problem you encountered? Or online shopping in terms of a specific product, maybe something that's not usually bought/sold online or something that poses particular difficulties?
Once you've got a more specific area to focus on you can target your reading more effectively.
Good luck! :)
Wanting to have another baby should not be an obstacle to doing a PhD. Just like it should not be an obstacle to taking a job. There should however be adequate provision for her to take time off.
I think in this situation all she can do is explain why she failed so many modules. Good luck!
There are no specific rules as far as I know. I would say it depends on what is relevant, i.e. if you're comparing difference between male/female dentists or newly qualified/more experienced dentists then you would want to indicate that in the quote. So if age or gender are relevant then you would include it.
I only included name (pseudonym) and the number of the interview from which the quote came (longitudinal), but I only had a small number of participants and it was easy to distinguish between them.
I would only include other details if they are specifically relevant or add something.
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