Engage in brainstorming
sessions to generate a list of potential dissertation topics. Use mind maps, concept maps, or any other technique that works for you to visualize your ideas. Consider the relevance, originality, and potential contribution of each topic to your field of study. Narrow down your options by eliminating topics that are too broad, over-researched, or lack sufficient resources. Prioritize the topics that align with your interests, have research gaps to explore, and offer a unique perspective. By carefully evaluating and selecting a few strong contenders, you can make an informed decision on the final dissertation topic.