BBH310W_Introduction - BBH 310W Friday Writing Lab Introduction and Summarizing Other People's Work February 6th 2009 Introduction Introduces the

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BBH 310W Friday Writing Lab February 6 th  2009 Introduction and  Summarizing Other  People's Work
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Introduction Introduces the topic by citing previous  research Creates a link in how previous research  relates to the direction of current hypothesis Ties the ideas together supporting/reasoning  the current experimental hypothesis States Experimental Hypothesis and  expectations/predictions
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Reasons for Introduction  Background for your study Studies better received if firmly embedded  in past research NOT  a general summary Make some assertions in building your  logical argument You don’t want to prove anything Make use of other’s work
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Reasons for Introduction  Cont . Weakness in previous research (a) Previous Study questions off the mark  (b) Previous research design flawed Filling out a gulf or bridge in previous  research
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2009 for the course BB H 310W taught by Professor Saltsman,brian during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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