In chapter two and onwards I’d have to say William Badke strives to get the point across that we need to not only get a topic that we can work with and sort of relate to but really know how to stretch out with relevant fresh data. That we can’t just spit summaries but we do need them in order to draw in information of a sort. He essentially shows us a bunch of what we have already had experience with in terms of research papers and tells us that quality Research Papers must contain that sort of content but rather then have it as a completed piece to have these more standard papers (usually built up from summaries) as guides to help us sort out our weaknesses in our final paper. A standard paper should work more like a draft where the final product has been refined from that paper what would have been handed in this way we have seen our summary and used it to flesh out more fact rather then call it our paper.
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