Recidivism;Book Analysis

I. Introduction

  1. Get the reader’s attention (using data points to demonstrate problem)
  2. State the thesis is one sentence
    II. Body 1. First Variable that has been shown to lead to outcome (i.e. arrest, point of view) 1. Supporting evidence (facts and examples)
  3. Supporting evidence (facts and examples) 2. Second Variable that has been shown to lead to outcome (i.e. arrest, point of view)
  4. Supporting evidence (facts and examples) 2. Supporting evidence (facts and examples)
  5. Third Variable that has been shown to lead to outcome (i.e. arrest, point of view)
  6. Supporting evidence (facts and examples)
  7. Supporting evidence (facts and examples)
  8. Fourth Variable that has been shown to lead to outcome (i.e. arrest. point of view)
  9. Support
  10. Support
  11. Summary of the previous research findings
  12. Suggestions for future research
    III. Conclusion A. Reemphasize your thesis in a fresh way, showing how your have achieved your purpose.
    B. Make a memorable final statement (urge your reader/listener to learn more. • •
    has changed you or your view of the world, etc.