WebCT-275-Research Papers

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What is a Research Paper? A piece of academic writing that requires an abstract, critical and thoughtful level of inquiry.
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Main Types of Research Papers Analytical: Break a topic down into parts in order to inspect and understand it. You then become an expert on the topic, and restructure and present the topic from your perspective. Argumentative or Persuasive In direct contrast to the analytical paper, your approach here is to take a stand on an issue and use evidence to back-up your stance.
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To Write a Research Paper Familiarize yourself with the works of “experts”. Build upon what you know of a subject Compare different experts’ thoughts on the subject to your own Use relevant information “facts and/or opinions” from the experts to support the topic you are exploring
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The Research Paper The final product should be a UNIQUE and appropriate INTEGRATION of : evidence that you have located outside of yourself AND Personal insights generated from your mind
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course KIN 275 taught by Professor Lamont during the Spring '06 term at Rhode Island.

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