writing a research paper

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Post by kjle » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:18 am

there is a lot of legitimately reliable information on the internet, the trouble is distinguishing b/t what is and what isn't. As nugget said, it's not the best source for info, but could be used as a last resort.
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Post by Dr.Stein » Sat Dec 09, 2006 12:29 pm

r7iris wrote:Thanks Dr. stein. I got what you meant by the two different kind of paper. I think my paper should be a research review paper. So, for the report paper, there are topics for each part. What about review paper? Can I write subtopics? I mean, like...

Gene splicing

I have one more question about the resources... Since I couldn't find the background/history information about GM food from the school library database which are peer-reviewed. Is it good to use those search links from the google/yahoo?

For review paper, you are free to format your report like what you want it to be. If you cannot find any informations you need, for instance for your background, you can omit that. Then you can change the focus on where you have many references for the part. Then you need to change your title to direct to where you are going to discuss about. For instance, you want to describe the method, you should put a proper title like "Methods to Create GM Food" or something better ;)

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