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You’ll notice that, as much as you’re telling us what you are going to use to answer the question (sources and analytical approaches), you’re also pointing out the limitations and weaknesses of these sources and approaches.
Every single paragraph of the body needs to relate (in obvious ways) to the research question.
Keep linking back to your EE Research Question (showing how what you're writing is helping you answer the Research Question). Make sure the Main Body section is analytical, rather than descriptive. stories) which don’t help you answer your question.
Also, avoid lengthly descriptive or narrative writing (i.e. comparing similar examples in other countries) and the other for sharing insights you've learned that go beyond the course (i.e.