Written and Compiled By

  • Denise Slavinski
  • Published 2008


The purpose of an introduction is to set the stage for your paper and to attract the attention of you readers. Start to focus on your thesis immediately. Avoid broad generalizations such as “Throughout history,” Everyone,” and “Society,” because they are uninteresting and do nothing to set up your argument. As the intro progresses, move towards more… (More)


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