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The Structure of Paper 2
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The Structure of Paper 2
Part I: Introductions 1. Introduction of background knowledge, including but not limited to the historical development, the importance, the definition(s) of the key term(s) by a reliable/authoritative source, the types/aspects of concern, and the impacts/effects. (This part should be a condensed version of the introduction in your Paper 1) 2. Elaboration on the methodology of your field research, including but not limited to the goal(s), the definition(s) of the method(s), and why the method(s) is the most effective way to collect data regarding your topic.
Part II: Data Presentations
1. A brief desсrіption of the background information of the participant(s) (It is your decision whether to have a chart/figure in this part.) 2. Research data desсrіption and presentation (You need to describe all the data you collect, and you should have 3 to 5 charts/figures.)
Part III: Conclusion
In the conclusion paragraph of a Field Research Report, you should discuss the effectiveness of your data collection and what can go (or have gone) wrong with your data. (For instance, the small size sample pool may potentially be biased.)
Paper 2: Field Research Report
(Please give a proper title to your paper.)
(*Note: It must be on the same topic as your library research.)
Now that you have finished your field research, you need to sit down and write a research report. First, you need to evaluate your data–that is, you need to go through your data and think of what the data tell you. Then you need to consider what part of the data you will use as evidence, and how you will present the evidence in your paper.
In this assignment, you are required to write an essay in which you report, evaluate, and present your data as evidence.
1st, to report your data. By report, I mean that you should describe the background knowledge of your topic, explain why you choose the method(s) together with the definitions of the method(s).
2nd, to evaluate your data. By evaluate, I mean that you should summarize the data you collect and address if the data are consistent, if the data serve your purpose, and if your research is efficient overall.
3rd, to present your data. By present, I mean that you need to organize the part of data that you will use as evidence in certain forms, such as tables, figures, or graphs. In so doing, you visualize the evidence, while in your writing, you explain the meaning of the evidence.
4th, to make strategic choices of words, tone, and style appropriate for a particular audience.
Length: 4 to 6 pages
Format: MLA format–double-spaced, with 1-inch margins, 12-point Times New Roman