You must read journals to survey what is known and to gain a sense of what is appropriate

You must read journals to survey what is known and to gain a sense of what is appropriate

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You must read journals to survey what is known and to gain a sense of  what is appropriate. You are expected to do enough outside reading to  develop an understanding of the implicit rules underlying how to write a  paper.  The following list of questions step you through the major issues which  must be addressed in a research paper. After each question is answered  the construction of the research paper is simply developing transitions  between the items. I recommend writing as much as you can possibly think  of in a stream of consciousness mode for each item (i.e., false alarms don't  hurt much - misses hurt a lot). Then, go back and edit it all, to make it  coherent and to remove redundancy or irrelevancy.  This template can also be used as a study guide or evaluation form for  other research papers.  Article title:  Author(s): 
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