In this interview, Dr. Alviri described the importance of addressing the pathology of theses and dissertations, and thanked the conference's stakeholders: Writing thousands of dissertations and dissertations annually imposes huge financial and time costs on students, professors and universities. He added: Good theses and dissertations are in the range of 20% to 30% and about 70% to 80% are not good. Such theses and dissertations can be divided into two categories: the first category of unscientific theses and the second category of poor theses. The first category is fake theses, scientific thefts and purchases, which is a shame and it is a shame to admit that such theses exist. But the second category, which is the weak thesis, must root out their etiology for their weaknesses.
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