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I need help with the frame work for my research/insight/essay paper.

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I need the basic "skeleton" of what is written above.
I mean research/insight/essay paper.
is it a analytical essay?

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Well depending on the amount of info it can range from 4- 6 paragraphs the first an intro, setting the scene basically for what ur about to do A thesis is always good. Then the next 3-4 paragraphs involve ur research, common themes, topics you've decided to argue or defend. The last paragraph should include a brief restatement of what you were trying to prove or say. The most important parts are a strong intro, and clean cut topic paragraphs.

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