About LSAT Writing | The Law School Admission Council
Referring a reader to another part of your paper can be an effective way to tie together different parts of the whole paper and point them to places where they can review an explanation or move forward to read more details on a particular topic of interest. The goal is to acknowledge that you have discussed a topic earlier or allow the readers to anticipate reading further details about it later on in the paper. Since readers mostly move back and forth in the text looking for more information, it is important to offer a quick, simple reference for them to find the information they are looking for. This is particularly true for authors of lengthier works such as books or dissertations, or works that include a large number of examples, tables, or figures. A good way to inform readers that they should refer to a certain section of your paper is to number all the sections and even subsections.
In your methods section you are trying to gain the reader's trust. You are giving them insight into what you have done to collect your data and avoid sources of error. This talk is part of the Craft of Research Series.
Published on February 22, by Shona McCombes. Revised on March 9, A literature review is a survey of scholarly sources on a specific topic. It provides an overview of current knowledge, allowing you to identify relevant theories, methods , and gaps in the existing research.
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