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    Im in need to do a dissertation proposal...

    I've had a few ideas but I think I want to stick with Studentification.

    I feel its a major current issue that should be addressed more.

    However, Im studying Geography with the hope of either going in housing or fashion...

    two very different things but every lecturer says you should try mix what you want for a job into your dissertation. Its almost as cheesy as it sounds....your time to shine?

    So what would people think if I tried a dissertation that would incorporate studentification with the fashion economy and see how students influence the hughstreet?

    Its an idea totally off the top of my head, I need to do a lot of research but would anyone think this would work?

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