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The term 

1. Identify the starting question. 


2. Provide sources to answer the starting question.
3. Evaluate the sources in terms of the completeness of the answer to the research
question. 
4. Explore other avenues/ issues arising from the research question (on the basis of the
literature studied).
5. Evaluate the degree to which the new issues/avenues relate to your research project.
6. Plan and write your paragraph/ subchapter keeping in mind your overarching research
aim/ goal. 
7. Summarise the content of the paragraph/subchapter, outlining conclusions (if
possible). 

Terminology

1. Identify the starting question. 


2. Provide sources to answer the starting question.
3. Evaluate the sources in terms of the completeness of the answer to the research
question. 
4. Explore other avenues/ issues arising from the research question (on the basis of the
literature studied).
5. Evaluate the degree to which the new issues/avenues relate to your research project.
6. Plan and write your paragraph/ subchapter keeping in mind your overarching research
aim/ goal. 
7. Summarise the content of the paragraph/subchapter, outlining conclusions (if
possible).