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How to write an Anthropology Paper

Staying focused on the paper at hand.
Michael Gonzalez, College Sophomore
Canada College, Redwood City, CA

Learning how to stick to the assignment is critical to achieving success in college. Anthropology is a special case in which there is so much information one can draw from it can lead to a scattered paper. It is imperative to stay close to the assignment and reread the assignment several times while brainstorming and formulating the thesis, intro, and body paragraphs.

One of the biggest keys to writing any paper is to start early so one has time to revise the paper. Professional authors take years to produce a book so a paper cannot be as polished in two days as it can be in two weeks of steady devotion.

I liked the ideas and can be extremely helpful to some. For me it is more like a constant reminder while I am in the writing process. Thinking about the paper during normal "daydreaming" can greatly improve one's clarity and formation of ideas. Carrying a small notepad to jot down notes is the only recommendation that I have for the resource to include. This way if one is on a walk or at work and a great idea comes, you don't have to try to remember it because one already wrote it down!


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