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How to Find a Well Written Research Proposal Paper Example

Mar 15th 2019 at 2:56 AM

Today we are going to discuss how to find the best research proposal paper examples.  Examples can be a tremendous help to both graduate and undergraduate students, especially those who are writing a research proposal for the very first time.  The only problem is that many of them are not exactly sure what these proposal should contain, so some of them can end up basing their own papers on poorly written examples, or samples which have been formatted incorrectly.  Needless to say, this spells very bad news for the final product, and could be the difference between a passing and failing grade.  It could also mean the difference between getting your research approved or having your proposal denied.  No one wants to go through all the work involved in writing up a proposal and getting it submitted, only to be told that it is not good enough or will not work for whatever reason.  Therefore, we are going to look specifically at what a good example – and indeed, a good proposal itself – should contain.

 

To begin with, it must be said that the criteria for research proposal paper examples found in this article was itself found on a reference page published by a prestigious and accredited university.  Your university might have different criterion but for the most part, the information presented herein is what your instructors expect to find in a well written research proposal.  Therefore, it is safe to say that you should look for a research proposal example which contains similar information.

 

Now then, with that out of the way, a good research proposal should begin with some basic information unrelated to the actual topic.  Yours should include your professor’s name, your own name, and the subject of your paper.  In regards to research proposal paper examples, the subject should always be comprised of a very broad topic.  Following that, the writer should list his or her major, as well as an explanation detailing why the topic of the proposal will be beneficial.  The writer has to be vested in the topic, and clearly so; otherwise, the paper is doomed to be a bad one, if only because the disinterest will be clear.

 

Naturally, research proposal writing is extremely dependent on the thesis, which should be included next in the example.  It is usually only a sentence or two and is located just after the introduction.  It outlines the main points of the proposal itself.  For example, if the paper is about fertility treatments, then a well written thesis might tie in the ethics of such treatments in regards to the booming population in the United States.

 

Next up, a good research proposal example should include the writer’s approach to the paper.  This basically means that he or she should figure out a logical way to present his or her material.  Terms should be defined, the order in which the material is presented should be impeccable.  Opposing viewpoints may or may not be included, depending on the writer’s choice, but if so then they should be clear and unbiased.

 

Well written research proposal paper examples should also clarify the paper’s intended audience, because the desired readers need to know who they are.  A real source of research proposal help occurs in the technical sections – graphs and charts are extremely beneficial, as they can give you ideas about what kind of visual aids to include.  The documentation and reference sections are also helpful, especially in letting you know what kind of sources are expected of you.  Further more, an example flat out answers the question, “What is a research proposal?”

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