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How to Do a Research & write a Research paper

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Mariam Ralgy

on 13 September 2015

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Transcript of How to Do a Research & write a Research paper

How to use
e ?
Good Sources
Bad Sources
1- use short query
3- use a
instead of a missing word
european * of human rights
4-if you are searching for websites related to a another one:
5-if you need the research in a spacific type use the word filetype:
: EU foreign policy filetype:pdf
6- use
google scholar

1-Understand the Task
a) Gather you sources
-tittle + 3/4 sentences about the main points + the URL
5- Outlines
b) The Research Paper

How to Do a Research & write a Research paper
1# Understand the research 2# the sources of the research 3#outlines 4#writing the research paper
-you need to have all the information related to your task and ask questions in order to answer it throughout your research.
Duck-Rabbit illusion
-topic selection
what makes a good topic?
1-related to the EU generally and to the council specifically
2-up to date
3-relevant to the audience (age- background- knowledge etc.)
4-value added
5-to feel passionate about
6-have many and different sources
7-conference focused

what do you know about the topic and what you need to know?
you should boil the question down to basic terms, time periods and disciplines. Write down any sub-questions that need to be researched before you can answer the question.
1-websites that end with
( .edu - .gov- .org )
2-academic journals
-the times
4-Think Tanks (neutral)
1-Personal blogs
2-wiki sites
4-answers in yahoo
how to evaluate a website

1-check the address
2-history of the writer
3-about us

statement is a 1-2 sentence statement at the beginning of your paper that states the main goal or argument of your paper.
the headlines and the number of the pages
3-The body of your essay

Go through your research and annotations to determine what points are the most pivotal in your argument or presentation of information.
4- The conclusion

that briefly summarizes your findings for the reader and provides a sense of closure.
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