5 Tips for writing a journal article abstract
- What it is that you're talking about (the subject matter)
- Why he/she should care (why the subject matter is important)
- What you found (or hope to find out) about the subject matter (what your research question or intention is)
- How you learned (or intend to learn) about the subject matter (the research methodology)
- What your conclusions were (when appropriate--conclusions don't belong in the abstract of a dissertation or thesis proposal)
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