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One way of doing this is to shape this part as a ‘compare and contrast section’ where you compare pros and cons of different theories or approaches to a problem, but you can of course choose other approaches.

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The assignment called ‘paper’ is an academic paper that addresses a question or an issue from the point of view of the reading in one particular module. The paper should be clearly structured as an analytical or argumentative paper. Language, content and presentation/structure are important. You should divide your paper into three parts: introduction, main body and conclusion. The introduction should clearly state the focus of your paper (e.g. the particular problem/issue that you want to discuss) and should include a thesis statement. The introduction might also include a small outline of the structure of your paper. The middle part should present your argument. One way of doing this is to shape this part as a ‘compare and contrast section’ where you compare pros and cons of different theories or approaches to a problem, but you can of course choose other approaches. The conclusion should tie back to the introduction in the sense that you need to make sure that you have addressed the issue that you said you would focus on. The point of the conclusion is to underline the key argument(s)/points for discussion of your paper (note that it may be that you want to focus on a question that you have after having read the literature). You can also choose to include one or two lines about what you have not been able to say in your paper. You can present this information as a limitation of what you can say at this point, or as a question for future research/discussions. Length: 600-1000 words

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