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Intriguing Prose in Academic Research: Bringing Life to Scientific Papers


I. Abstract

II. Caveats

III. Introduction

IV. Encyclopedic Theses

V. Narrowing the Research Topic

VI. Narrowing the Question

VII. Critical Reading

VIII. Critical Writing

IX. Succinct Academic Writing

X. Attracting the Reader’s Attention

XI. Critical Composition

XII. Paragraphs in Composition

XIII. Correlative Paragraphs

XIV. Connections, Conjunctions, and Transitions

XV. Clarity of Expression

XVI. Punctuation

XVII. Conclusion

XVIII. Recommendations

XIX. Bibliography

XX. End notes


All academic theses have abstracts.1 Abstracts let the reader decide whether or not to continue to read the thesis, and show the reader what to look for if he or she does read the thesis.

No abstract should be inserted merely to repeat the outline of the thesis...

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Roman Catholic Church attack on Human Rights and Benedict XVI’s cover-up

Corruption is everywhere in the Roman Catholic Church: from pedophile priests to castrating young males, raping young girls and older women, to open money laundering at the Vatican Bank. Benedict XVI has been knowledgeable about the crimes against humanity by his priests, bishops and cardinals, and has tried to cover each instance, as seen with letters in this essay and full documentation.Read More