In many cases, a controversial topic can be ideal, so that you can exercise your ability to objectively explain differing positions, and even defend one if the assignment calls for that.Use the guidelines given by your instructor to help pick your paper topic.
In many cases, a controversial topic can be ideal, so that you can exercise your ability to objectively explain differing positions, and even defend one if the assignment calls for that.
Manuscript Body This section contains the “core” of the paper.
Ideally, it should be broken down into further sections such as methods and materials, results, discussion, and conclusion.
After all, you still have to write your research paper. You don’t have to read in-full everything ever written about your topic. But, for the information you use in your paper, you have to find reliable resources.
Take what you have learned from a Google search or Wikipedia article and dig deeper.
The title page should contain the: Introduction The introduction should provide the reader with all the background information needed to understand the paper.
The author should explain key terms, give historical information on the problem studied, and cite other studies that have obtained relevant results.
If you have a topic that you love, but you’re having trouble fitting it into the guidelines, choose another topic.
It will be easier on you in the long run to write about a topic that fits the assignment.
That way, you will be sure you are on the right track.
Once you understand what you’re being asked to write in your research paper, it’s time to decide what to write about.