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Ahhhh!!! Got it! Sorry!
Well, I guess my reply might be worthwhile to someone who might not realize that filling the gaps on your own might not be such a good idea, but you're right about epiphanies and things not adding up until the research is complete. When it all starts falling into place, you know you're getting close to the end.
I'm glad you like the post-it's. I remember back in junior high school and high school, my English teachers would make us do crazy tedious journals that required far more time than what was helpful. It would have been better if they'd allowed us to scribble down stuff and write notes with ideas and such. That's become my method, and I have used a combination of post-it notes, legal pads, and Word files. The post-it notes were used mainly in library books so I could highlight passages and write down thoughts without destroying the books and getting in trouble.
Again, sorry for the misunderstanding!!
It depends on what you're writing. I'm used to writing social science papers/research, so I reserve the analysis for the discussion or conclusion. The bulk of the research tends to go in the intro with only a few bits in the methodology for stuff like statistics and study design, so the intros are like short research papers. The discussion is where I tie the results/analysis back to existing research, but generally research papers are pretty darn dry in my opinion even if they are extraordinarily informative. You summarize the research and say something in conclusion to what the research has shown or not shown. I think one of the dryest (but really, really informative) research papers I read was on the psychometrics of the Beck Depression Inventory - it was 30 pages long, single spaced, excluding the bibliography. Basically, in the social sciences, you don't fill the gaps unless you can document it. You can just say that there is one and potentially hypothesize saying more research needs to be done. Filling the gap is what gets people in trouble (e.g., "Black women are like this because they're part black man and part white woman so there's no need to include them in research"). If you fill a gap without documentation, tread carefully.
Last-minute papers turn into jumbled messes of multipleinstances of "Therefore, as to whether..." and "Indeed, it is clearthe fact that...." We try to mimic the rhythms of scholarly rhetoric, and end up sounding moronic.
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Now that you have done a fair amount of reading, reevaluate your questions. There may be questions that you can eliminate, and there may be questions you need to add. More than likely, you will both eliminate and add questions.
For the questions you've decided upon, start arranging them in the order in which you will need to answer them so that your paper flows in a logical manner. If questions are large, start breaking them down into smaller questions which will answer the larger question, but do not eliminate the larger question as a whole. Your arrangement of questions will serve as your outline.
Once you have your outline, start listing the authors you will cite to answer each question. There will be overlap.
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If you are correct about who you believe are the granddaddy authors, then more recent publications and their authors should have cited them. Run a search with the title of a key publication that will serve as a basis to your research. If you have more than one title, you will have to run multiple searches.
Read through the titles and abstracts of your search results and pull the pieces that you believe to be key to your research. For each one, read the intro and conclusion. Based on the title, abstract, intro, and conclusion, start finalizing the necessary pieces for your research and reading through the rest of the papers (method, results, discussion, etc.). At this point it becomes necessary to start cataloging the papers that you find.
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