Mattachine Society, one of the earliest LGBT organization

primary and secondary sources
I. Abstract
Abstracts are not always required, but most academic papers have one and writers should know how to produce a useful abstract. An abstract should be a very short, clear and concise summation of the entire paper. An abstract should provide enough of a preview that a typical reader will know whether or not they wish to read the paper. It should reveal both the purpose and conclusions of the paper.
II. Introduction
Most academic introductions follow an ‘inverted pyramid’ structure: they start broad and narrow down to a specific thesis or research question. The introduction should reveal some broad knowledge of the overall topic and quickly focus on the major point of the paper.
III. Background, History, Review of Literature, or Methodology
In papers that rely on secondary research, this section would provide the necessary background or history for understanding the discussion to come. A Review-of-Literature more specifically synthesizes information from a variety of significant sources related to the major point of the paper. In papers that rely on primary research, the methodology section provides a detailed description of the experiment design. In either case, this section justifies the research done by either showing that the writer has done their homework and/or has a clear understanding of research methods.
IV. Results
This section is only included in papers that rely on primary research. This section catalogues the results of the experiment. The results should be presented in a clear and unbiased way.
V. Argument, Critique, or Discussion
This section is the “heart” of the paper – where the writer finally makes the major point or claim the previous sections have led the reader to expect. This section will usually be the lengthiest section of the paper and should include a thorough and well-supported argument, critique or discussion. In papers that rely on primary research, the discussion should posit an interpretation of the results that is reasonable and precise.
VI. Conclusion
The conclusion should reinforce the major claims or interpretation in a way that is not mere summary. The writer should try to indicate the significance of the major claim/interpretation beyond the scope of the paper but within the parameters of the field. The writer might also present complications the study illustrates or suggest further research the study indicates is necessary.
VII. References.
A concise definition of a topic under consideration (this may be a descriptive or argumentative thesis, or proposal), as well as the scope of the related literature being investigated. (Example: If the topic under consideration is ‘women’s wartime diaries’, the scope of the review may be lim- ited to published or unpublished works, works in English, works from a particular location, time period, or conflict, etc.)
The introduction should also note intentional exclusions. (Example: “This review will not ex- plore the diaries of adolescent girls.”)
Another purpose of the introduction is to state the general findings of the review (what do most of the sources conclude), and comment on the availability of sources in the subject area.
2. Main Body:
There are a number of ways to organize the evaluation of the sources. Chronological and the- matic approaches are each useful examples.
Each work should be critically summarized and evaluated for its premise, methodology, and conclusion. It is as important to address inconsistencies, omissions, and errors, as it is to identify accuracy, depth, and relevance.
Use logical connections and transitions to connect sources. 3. Conclusion
The conclusion summarizes the key findings of the review in general terms. Notable common- alities between works, whether favourable or not, may be included here.
This section is the reviewer’s opportunity to justify a research proposal. Therefore, the idea should be clearly re-stated and supported according to the findings of the review.
4. References
• As well as accurate in-text citations, a literature review must contain complete and
correct citations for every source.

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