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Thread: How do you write a research paper without plagiarizing everything you say?

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08-Apr-19, 11:10
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Well, if you paste exactly the same contents without utilizing your brain, then your research paper beyond any doubt comprised of plagiarism. Without going in deep, you won’t be able to form scholarly work. Written paper should have impactful ideas, arguments, and facts based on others’ research. To avoid plagiarism, cite resources even if you are elaborating minute detail. Here are few steps which may be helpful for you to procure non-plagiarized contents-
• Once you are done with all the contents, check it through plagiarism checker available on the internet.
• Paraphrase contents without copying a single line.
• Cite the resources after completion of papers.
• Discuss the evidence for the conclusion.
• Never get biased for the preexisting information. Add your own view and perceptions.
• After completion of work, don’t forget to review your paper for eliminating error or whichever section you don’t want to place in your papers.
• Quoting case studies will add a newfangled section of your research.
• Write data based references.
• Focus on the things that were missing in the previous research papers.

Thread: What are some good topics to write articles in the law field?

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06-Apr-19, 08:28
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Law is a set of rules and legal systems that differ from country to country. These rules are designed to regulate illegal activities and protect a citizen from the wrongdoer. Unlike the curriculum, students should know how they can use a section for the case study. Writing articles is the best approach to understand the application of law concepts. Well, in between a horde of topics it is quite difficult to choose utilitarian one. Here are a few listed trending law topics which might be helpful for you-
• Accountability for the Syrian Regime
• Acid attacks and anti-social behaviour
• Why international law is failing to keep pace with technology in preventing cyber attacks
• Why we need an international rule of law for sovereign debt
• The Liberal International Order – a health check
• The death of Article || treaties?
• The Express Rail Co-location Case: The Hong Kong Judiciary’s Retreat
• Tax Reform Impact
• Sexual Harassment Claims
• Commercial Real Estate Leases and Continuous Operations Clauses

Thread: Top 10 Dissertation Ideas for MBA Students

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05-Apr-19, 08:29
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According to Webster’s Dictionary, a dissertation is “an extended and typically written treatment of a subject. More specifically, a treatment written and submitted to achieve a doctorate degree.”
An integral part of MBA students pursuing their master degree in Management is the successful completion of a research dissertation. Dissertation writing requires use of scientific method, which means you start with a hypothesis, and then collect evidence that either supports or denies that hypothesis. Dissertations should be systematically written for technical audiences, but do not have to be exactly comprehensive.

As MBA degree is a study into the theory and application of business management principles, often applied to a variety of real world business situations. It would therefore be sensible to choose your topic for MBA dissertation writing on the most common subject areas of an MBA degree. This could range from topic on Operations, Finance and Accounting, Marketing, Information Technology, Human Resources, E-Commerce, Economics, Entrepreneurship

Key Dissertation writing tips:

Be Descriptive
As much details as possible should be included in your Dissertation writing. You can ensure this by breaking down the research method, from the literature review right through to analyzing the data, into a series of step-by-step stages.

Justification
Providing plenty of detail is essential, but you also need to explain your selections. The rationale behind adopting a particular approach should be clarified. Choosing a certain sample size? The benefits of the techniques chosen?

Limitations
Knowing the limitations of the methods you use is just as important as understanding their strengths. Your methodology should admit these limitations, irrespective of whether they’re the result of a cautious choice, human error or just a lack of necessary resources required.

Moral Concerns
Contemporary research stresses on high ethical standards, including pursuing agreement from all contributors, protecting privacy and ensuring that risks are minimized. Such ethical concerns should be accurately recorded in your research.

Conclusion
The precise approaches that you select to use in your research are crucial to its success. It is worth spending plenty of time on this section to ensure that you get it right. As always, draw on the resources easily available to you without any major effort. This could be possible by discussing your plans in detail with your guide or supervisor who may be able to advice whether your approach has any major flaws which you could resolve tactically.

Appendices
Use appendices as a place to put any indirectly relevant material when writing up your methodology. This may include surveys, consent forms and any other documentation used in your research.

Thread: How can I get better at writing essays?

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05-Apr-19, 08:21
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Whether it is university, college or schools, writing essay remain constant throughout the whole academic period. Add some innovative ideas, factual information and point of view from your first draft without any flaws. Whatever you will write must have strong evidence that can support your ideas. Lacking a few points will discard your all the efforts in just a minute. So I am sharing some useful tips that might be helpful for you to improve your essay quality-
• Adding quote- it is the best way to catch the attention of the checker. Quotes will enhance the beautification of your essay and produce a solid impact on the checker.
• Thesis statement- a short line that determine all the essential information in words.
• Introduction- This is a short paragraph that defines your concepts and contains factual information.
• Vocabulary- don’t use many general words, it will question your learning skills even bring lesser grades. You can use synonyms by using several online dictionaries.
• Grammar- makes sure your essay doesn’t have any grammatical error, otherwise, it will give you unpleasant comments.
I hope the above information will be beneficial for you, otherwise, you may go to several essay writing service for your help.
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