The rest of the body of your paper will be made up of more major and minor points.
Each major point should advance the paper's central argument, often building on the previous points, until you have provided enough evidence and analysis to justify your paper's conclusion.
Your attitude towards the topic may well determine the amount of effort and enthusiasm you put into your research. narrow it down from “Religion” to “World Religion” to “Buddhism”.
Obtain teacher approval for your topic before embarking on a full-scale research.
Key Terms: healthy, well-educated Thesis Statement: Because of their income deficit (cite sources) and general susceptibility to depression (cite sources), students who drop out of high school before graduation maintain a higher risk for physical and mental health problems later in life. Historical Employment Overview: Unskilled laborers in the past were frequently unionized and adequately compensated for their work (cite sources). Historical Healthcare Overview: Unskilled laborers in the past were often provided adequate healthcare and benefits (cite sources). Current Link between Education and Employment Type: Increasingly, uneducated workers work in unskilled or low-skilled jobs (cite sources). Gaps in the Research: Little information exists exploring the health implications of the current conditions in low-skilled jobs. Minor Point 1: Unskilled work environments are correlated highly with worker injury (cite sources). Minor Point 2: Unskilled work environments rarely provide healthcare or adequate injury recovery time (cite sources). Minor Point 1: Employment in a low-skilled position is highly correlated with dangerous levels of stress (cite sources). Minor Point 2: Stress is highly correlated with mental health issues (cite sources). Minor Point 1: Many high-school dropouts face financial problems (cite sources). Minor Point 2: Financial problems are often correlated with unhealthy lifestyle choices such unhealthy food choices, overconsumption/abuse of alcohol, chain smoking, abusive relationships, etc. Your introduction provides context to your readers to prepare them for your paper's argument or purpose.
An introduction should begin with discussion of your specific topic (not a broad background overview) and provide just enough context (definitions of key terms, for example) to prepare your readers for your thesis or purpose statement.
It can be either a term paper, a master’s thesis or a doctoral dissertation.
This Chapter outlines the logical steps to writing a good research paper.
Your conclusion both restates your paper's major claim and ties that claim into a larger discussion.
Rather than simply reiterating each major and minor point, quickly revisit your thesis statement and focus on ending the paper by tying your thesis into current research in your field, next steps for other researchers, your broader studies, or other future implications.