Introduction to the central aim(s)

Title of Your Research Paper

Introduce your topic in one or two paragraphs. The study topic is briefly described to establish the main ideas and context. It should be clear in this paragraph what two disciplines you will be relating to your topic. This section will include the background information needed to get the reader up to speed on the topic and understand why the topic is important. The introduction should lead the reader directly to the problem statement. You should offer citations to support all assertions made in the introduction. Your introduction should end with a clear thesis statement.
Problem Statement
Write a paragraph to include your concise problem. The problem statement is a brief discussion of a problem or observation that prompted you to choose this topic of study. Back up your assertions. A problem statement is not an opinion, it is a problem that exists in the world is supported by evidence. Include appropriate citations to support the existence of a problem worthy of research.
Purpose of the Study
The purpose statement should be a concise paragraph that describes the intent of the study and it should flow directly from the problem statement. How did you accomplish this research? How did you tackle the problem? This leads into to your research questions.
Research Questions
Provide a brief introduction to the central aim(s) and question(s) that guided your research. List your question(s) here.
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Significance of Research
Explain why your research is important (for example, by explaining how your research builds on and adds to the current state of knowledge in the field or by identify how the research may be relevant to the disciplines).
Subtopic 1 (replace with your subtopic title)
Cover a particular subtopic that you developed based on your research. This subtopic is part of the main body of your research and it should be obvious how this section relates to your overall topic, problem, purpose, and research questions. Be sure to synthesize information from your sources and provide in-text citations from your sources.
Subtopic 2 (replace with your subtopic(s) title)
Cover a particular subtopic that you developed based on your research. This subtopic is part of the main body of your research and it should be obvious how this section relates to your overall topic, problem, purpose, and research questions. Be sure to synthesize information from your sources and provide in-text citations from your sources.
Subtopic 3 (replace with your subtopic(s) title)
Cover a particular subtopic that you developed based on your research. This subtopic is part of the main body of your research and it should be obvious how this section relates to your overall topic, problem, purpose, and research questions. Be sure to synthesize information from your sources and provide in-text citations from your sources.
Discussion
This is where you discuss the results of your research on a whole. How did the research address the problem and purpose? How did the research answer your questions? Were there any limitations to your research? What recommendations do you have moving forward on this topic or for future researchers on this topic? Support your assertions with in-text citations.
Conclusion
Provide a brief summary of the key points from your paper.

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