A good research paper, irrespective of the particular field for which it is written, should intelligible. The facts, opinions and ideas presented in it should be comprehensible and should be interesting as a reading for the intended readers.
Any compelling research paper would follow the meticulous methodology of expression of the intended material as a strictly followed laboratory experiment. This article offers an insight into the process of writing a research paper. Here, you will find some simple guidelines that may assist you in treading the process with ease…
The first (and arguably the most important) step in the due process of academic writing is unquestionably choosing the topic on which you will work.
Ideally, choose a theme that you have seen to be in operation in multiple texts, and answer the following questions:
You should work to gather further knowledge about the scope of the topic in question.
What else has been published in regards of the specific theme that interests you?
In case of a dearth of pre-existing literature on the topic, you should look for any essays (argumentative, informative, analytical, et cetera) that may have been previously written by other authors
Is this topic of interest to individuals from other fields of study than yours?
Carefully read, consider and ponder the literature that you have gathered earlier on.
Carefully assess alternative opinions gathered from your friends, family, and peers, supervisors et cetera as their input may help you in making your work more perspicuous.
Ideally, you should brainstorm and write own anything and everything that traverses your mind in the first go.
Step by step, organize, and plan these ideas into a structured and presentable format
Once you have gathered all the required tools, you should get right onto the process of writing according to (and while following) your plan.