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DANIEL PRESTON AENG 100Z NOVEMBER 3, 2010
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How to Begin As we’ve discussed, in order to determine cause & effect relationships, we must first determine what relationship or question you want to investigate. Questions can have a deep societal meaning ( What are the primary causes for divorce in the United States? ) or more personal concerns ( Why did my boyfriend break up with me? )
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Asking specific questions The way that the question is asked (or framed) will determine the initial steps and research points for your paper. Consider the difference between What are the primary causes for divorce in the United States? and Why did my parents get divorced?
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It is also common to think about the question(s) asked as problems. If you are reading something on a complicated issue and have difficulty attaching a question to it, ask yourself: What is the problem here? Where is the conflict?
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