Friday, September 24, 2010

The Real Question

Chapter 4, Luker presents interesting points about the writing process that are often overlooked. Most notability, she examines how we must focus our questions when we are beginning to write a research paper. She suggests that we must frame our research questions as “interesting” so that people will read it and that our topic be narrow in focus. In order to do this we must ask the “right” question in order to come to the correct conclusion.

Her outline of the 4 questions we must ask when researching is useful as oftentimes our papers can wonder. This spotlight will personally help me achieve my research focus in my upcoming research papers.

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