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Introduction

Capture the interest of the reader. Point out an alarming statistic, something not well understood, or something unfortunately, that is too commonly understood – make your reader want to know what you have to say.

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State your objective in the form of a question; clearly explain why we should care about the answer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

Preview your argument and conclusions and provide a roadmap through the paper. Explain the value-added in your study.

For instance, are you developing a new argument? Are you extending an existing argument? Are you evaluating an argument in a new empirical domain?

 

 

 

Literature Review

Situate your research project within the literature and show how your project moves existing practice forward.

Demonstrate your understanding of the current state of practice on your topic.

Show how your proposed project is relevant and consistent with the literature – read the literature.

 

 

 

Argument

Identify the assumptions you are making.

Show how you derive expectations about causal mechanisms and causal effects in a logical manner from those assumptions.

Pay careful attention to defining important terms such as protocols, topologies, technologies and acronyms.

State how your argument will be tested – against literature, best practices, etc.

 

 

 

Research Design

The design is based on a limited literature review – describe the literature source categories (technical journals, websites, etc).

Define to what industry, business, entity, or individual your study should apply to.

Explain how and why this audience was selected – how is this study design appropriate for this audience?

Explain any known limitations that exist.

 

 

 

Results

Present your analysis and a discussion of the results – can show tables, graphs, diagrams, etc. here.

What are known limitations of this study?

In what ways can your analysis and argument be refuted? How can the study of this topic be expanded or improved.

 

 

 

 

Conclusion

Summarize what the reader has learned.

What did you argue and what did the evidence show?

Did your analysis raise new questions?

Why is this study important – does it advance knowledge, understanding or practice?

In what ways can your analysis and argument be refuted? How can the study of this topic be expanded or improved.

 

 

 

 

 

Reference

List your APA style references here.

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