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Writing an Introduction- CRLS Research Guide
Ok folks, so today we will be covering on writing an introduction chapter for your thesis. No matter, whatever is the topic of your thesis, some essential and the technical parts of thesis writing cannot be overlooked. These generally include an introduction and a conclusion. Introduction of your thesis should be a summarized account of your research methods, the variables in question, data extraction and analysis with a concise description of how you are attempting to prove your point of view. You could or could not include review of other researches carried out in the same arena but it is always a good and scholarly approach to touch it briefly to show that you have a general know how about your standing on the research topic.
Effective Introductions and Thesis Statements
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This handout will explain the functions of introductions, offer strategies for creating effective introductions, and provide some examples of less effective introductions to avoid. Introductions and conclusions can be the most difficult parts of papers to write. Usually when you sit down to respond to an assignment, you have at least some sense of what you want to say in the body of your paper.