Writing the Research Paper

Montante, Sarah
March 2005
Literary Cavalcade;Mar2005, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p36
The article present instructions on writing a research paper. It teaches to write informational compositions. One's job in a research paper is to develop an informed point of view on a topic and defend it. One has to support every idea with adequate evidence, usually two or three nieces per point — but one can't just stuff facts into his paragraphs. In order to make a strong argument, he must interpret the information for the reader. As a writer, it's his job to demonstrate a logical thought process to his reader.


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