TOWARDS AN OUTLINE

TOWARDS AN OUTLINE - TOWARDS AN OUTLINE DEVELOPING AN ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN 1 Gather all the sources you collected for Exercise 3 What material do

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TOWARDS AN OUTLINE: DEVELOPING AN ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN 1) Gather all the sources you collected for Exercise # 3. What material do you think will be the most useful for your paper? Select sources . (So far you should have at least 30% of the sources you will finally use in the research paper.) 2) Write down your topic and your research question . 3) Identify your audience : find a group of people in an organization or institution that will care about what you have to say, will already know about your subject, and will have some power to make a change about the situation you are addressing. 4) Think about your purposes . Your general purposes are to inform and to argue . Since your audience already knows something about your subject, the informative aspect of the paper will probably consist in a) the latest news on it and b) your unique perspective into the topic or your contribution, i.e. your own analysis. Now, write down your specific purpose/s: to inform about…, to argue that… ). The more specific you are
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Kimmet during the Spring '07 term at George Mason.

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TOWARDS AN OUTLINE - TOWARDS AN OUTLINE DEVELOPING AN ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN 1 Gather all the sources you collected for Exercise 3 What material do

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