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PROBLEMATISING, ORGANISING, INTRODUCTION, CONCLUSION AND ABSTRACT WHILE WRITING PAPERS Mabindra Regmi A Workshop Buddhanagar , Kathmandu July 2014. Select the area that you want to write on. Ask these Questions. Do you really understand what is it that you are planning to do?

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Select the area that you want to write on

PROBLEMATISING, ORGANISING, INTRODUCTION, CONCLUSION AND ABSTRACT WHILE WRITING PAPERSMabindra RegmiA WorkshopBuddhanagar, KathmanduJuly 2014


Select the area that you want to write on

Select the area that you want to write on


Ask these questions

Ask these Questions

  • Do you really understand what is it that you are planning to do?

  • Is it a query to which you are trying to find an answer?

  • Does the query have something to do with your personal/professional world?

  • Do you have an opinion regarding it?

  • Do you think the reader will be interested to read your paper?


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Ask these Questions

  • Do you feel that you are contributing something to the storehouse of knowledge or are you simply recycling the existing materials?


Concluding the paper

Concluding the Paper

  • Have you said what you have to say?

  • Were your arguments/ explanations impressive?

  • What will the reader take away from the paper?


Good conclusion

Good Conclusion

  • restate, but not repeat, the thesis.

  • briefly sum up, but not repeat, the main points.

  • end with a sense that the essay is done.

  • provide an emotional closure to the paper.


Introducing the issue

Introducing the issue

  • Have you written the paper?

  • What is the thesis statement?

  • What is your opinion?

  • How have you addressed the issue in the paper?

    • Main point 1

    • Main point 2

    • Main point 3

    • Counterargument/ refutation


What style to adopt

What Style to Adopt

  • Vivid description

  • Startling statistics

  • Rhetorical question


How long

How Long?

  • Depends on how long your paper is

  • Two to three paragraphs


Forming opinion

Forming Opinion

  • Make a stand

  • Find solidarity through literature


Points to ponder

Points to Ponder

  • Create the context

  • Express clearly on what you are planning to achieve through this paper

  • Clarify your stand on the issue

  • Provide a glimpse of how to plan to go on with the issue


Abstract

Abstract

This study explores how the logic and values of globalization are manifested in international discourses of higher education in relation to scientific knowledge production and how those values are appropriated in national and institutional policies. This study also explores how this confluence of discourses and policies construct scientists in two peripheral countries: Turkey and Mexico. The motivation for this study comes from the largely unexplored impact of geopolitical factors (national and institutional policies for faculty rewards, recruitment, and promotion as well as international evaluation systems) on scientists’ academic research and publishing activities. Holland et al.’s (Identity and agency in cultural worlds. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1998) concept of figured worlds informs the analysis. The results demonstrate that globalization-influenced higher education policies and practices that portray scientific knowledge production as commodity can create tensions both for nation-states and individual scientists.


Abstract1

Abstract

  • What does the paper explore?

  • Strategies used to research/ write

  • What does the result show?


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