The introduction reveals the goals that are put before the researcher. These goals, in turn, may contain certain sub-goals, if one may say so, and points.
Introduction – a map of the route, along which the researcher is moving towards the solution of the task assigned to him.
It’s one of the most creative parts of the work. It reflects exactly your view of the researcher on the questions and tasks that will be addressed and considered in the work. This is the author’s part of the work. Here you reveal yourself as the author-researcher.
Writing these parts of the work, compliance with all language norms and rules, as well as the consistency of the text within the formal-business style, with emphasis on the scientific orientation and orientation of the work will be superfluous.
Perfectly fit into the introduction of a logical epigraph.
The conclusion is a summing up, expresses the final result of the work done. It contains detailed and profound findings.
Another important element of any kind of academic work is the bibliographic list. It indicates the literary sources that were used by the author when writing the work. As a rule, it is placed at the end of the work itself.
Selecting material for creating a bibliographic list, use the following options for targeting bibliographic descriptions:
Alphabetical construction – when the description of articles, books and authors is given in view of their arrangement in alphabetical order. Listing several works of the same author, his surname and initials indicate the same number of times that his works are mentioned.
Chronological construction – when the description of articles, books and authors is given in view of their location in chronological order.
Within each year, the work is arranged in alphabetical order.
Systematic construction – when the description of articles, books and authors is given in view of their location or grouping on specific topics and issues of a particular aspect of science.
Inside a separate topic, the arrangement can be both alphabetic and chronological. This arrangement is used for voluminous lists on complex topics.
When writing the work, the main emphasis should be placed on articles from scientific publications and journals. It’s necessary to refer to the monographs of authoritative representatives from the field covered in the work and statistical data.