A clear Title. An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the
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A clear Title.
An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the paper. What is the specific research question (or hypothesis) you are attempting to address? A good Introduction puts the research topic into context for the reader. It provides background information and indicates why the topic is important. The background information can take the form of a literature review that describes some of research that has been done on the topic.
A Discussion in which you interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was already known about the research topic.
A Conclusion in which you synthesize the key points and, if applicable, discuss future research directions.
A List of References. Throughout the body of your paper you are expected to cite references which indicate to the reader the sources of published (and sometimes unpublished) information that you are including. All references cited in the body of the paper are listed at the end of the document. Both in-text citations and the List of References are to be formatted appropriately. There are many acceptable formats; the one you choose does not matter so long as it is used consistently throughout the document. One format that is used frequently in scientific writing is APA (American Psychological Association). An inernet search will quickly reveal sources describing APA reference formatting.