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Common Senses design for a republican government, and its basic principles were carried on to the Constitution.
research problem is the main organizing principle guiding the analysis of your paper.
: Always review the references from your most relevant research results cited by the authors in footnotes, endnotes, or a bibliography to locate related research on your topic.
This is a good strategy for identifying important prior research about the topic because titles that are repeatedly cited indicate their significance in laying a foundation for understanding the problem.
Headings should be numbered and appear in bold, with an extra line separating the heading from the previous section. 3.1), no additional line is necessary between sections.
References should be contained in footnotes, with a separate bibliography attached at the end.
However, if you’re having trouble at this point locating relevant research literature,: If you find an article from a journal that's particularly helpful, put quotes around the title of the article and paste it into Google Scholar.
If the article record appears, look for a "cited by" reference followed by a number.
There are generally three ways you are asked to write about a research problem: 1) your professor provides you with a general topic from which you study a particular aspect; 2) your professor provides you with a list of possible topics to study and you choose a topic from that list; or, 3) your professor leaves it up to you to choose a topic and you only have to obtain permission to write about it before beginning your investigation.
Here are some strategies for getting started for each scenario.: Identify concepts and terms that make up the topic statement.