Organizational Thesis

Organizational Thesis - Janamanchi 1 Organizational Thesis....

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Janamanchi 1 Organizational Thesis . What is it? Used when writing reports or summaries, an organizational thesis is often just a sentence or two which prepares the reader for the information that is to come. How is it different from an argumentative thesis? Organizational Argumentative Offers focus for varied information Offers a point of view / opinion Description of positions taken Takes a position Used in report / summaries Used in expository essays. How do I devise one? Here are some ways in which you can structure a thesis for a review: Is there a difference in the way the issue is perceived over a period of time? If so, your thesis will: Establish chronological order . The thesis lets the reader know that you will discuss the articles based on when they were written. Example: While the issue of immigration has always been divisive, articles written around before the present crisis have address economic issues more than social ones. Are there clear segments into which the information can be sorted?
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENGL 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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