Introductions in research papers

Here we have an explanatory, mildly argumentative thesis that enables the writer to express an opinion. We infer from the use of the word convincing that the writer will judge the various reasons for protecting the rights of AIDS patients; and, we can reasonably assume, the writer himself believes in protecting these rights. Note the contrast between this second thesis and the first one, where the writer committed himself to no involvement in the debate whatsoever. Still, the present thesis is not as ambitious as the third one, whose writer implicitly accepted the general argument for safeguarding rights (an acceptance he would need to justify) and then took the additional step of evaluating the merits of those arguments in relation to each other. (Recall that Anthony Jones's plan was the "most sensible.")

I found out about Forrest Fenn in the National Parks Trips news letter, telling people not to bring metal detectors and shovels to the YSNP. Been hooked ever since. Unfortunately my wife doesn’t have the same zeal for the chase as I do. That’s where the Not Obsessed name comes from, she kept telling me that I am obsessed with the hunt, but I told here that I was just very interested. (Well maybe she was right as usual)
My search area has been YSNP and I still like the WY MN area. Made one trip in April 2015 , no GOLD but a lot of treasured time with the grandson. Still keeping up with the blog, but not as closely as before. Maybe another search next summer.
A lot of thanks to Forrest Fenn for giving us something to chase, and Dal and Goofy for all the work on the BEST blog site.

Introduction 3

This is a very good introduction. It's about the right length (c8%); gives a little relevant background and context, indicating that the writer has thought about what a stereotype is in its broadest interpretation; makes some initial references to sources; and finally focuses precisely on the question, showing the reader that it has been fully understood and that it will be answered. Note that the wording of the final part of the introduction is very close to that of the question. If the essay follows in the same vein, it should get an excellent mark.

While there were forerunners, the culmination of technological and competitive forces saw the launches of the two major picture magazines: Life in 1936, which was selling more than one million copies in just a few weeks, and Look in 1937, which was selling million copies before its first anniversary. There were a host of others, too. Click , which emphasized sex and shock reached a circulation of million. Focus, Pic, Photo–history, Peek, Foto , and Picture were just some of the other short– and long–lived titles that began or re–conceptualized in the 1930s. Ideas for picture magazines were so prevalent that one trade paper remarked, “… every advertising man carried a dummy for a picture magazine in his pocket.” [ 16 ]

Introductions in research papers

introductions in research papers

While there were forerunners, the culmination of technological and competitive forces saw the launches of the two major picture magazines: Life in 1936, which was selling more than one million copies in just a few weeks, and Look in 1937, which was selling million copies before its first anniversary. There were a host of others, too. Click , which emphasized sex and shock reached a circulation of million. Focus, Pic, Photo–history, Peek, Foto , and Picture were just some of the other short– and long–lived titles that began or re–conceptualized in the 1930s. Ideas for picture magazines were so prevalent that one trade paper remarked, “… every advertising man carried a dummy for a picture magazine in his pocket.” [ 16 ]

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