First full draft
Please submit a first full draft of the seminar paper as a pdf, using the correct template.
At this stage, you should have:
- A title
- A close-to-final abstract
- A close-to-final paper structure, i.e., the main sections and subsections that the paper will have
- Preliminary text for each section (some of the text could be very preliminary or just notes, but it should be possible to see the general line of thinking from start to finish)
- Close-to-final research questions
- A more or less final list of references, with the references being used in the preliminary text in the different sections
It should now be possible to read the paper from start to finish and get an idea of what it is about, how the reasoning in the paper works, and what the main contributions are. Of course, this is still a draft and it is expected that there are gaps and
that things can still change. Do incorporate any feedback you have received from your instructor.
A tip: this is a good stage to write out as much as possible of your ideas. This way, you have time to get feedback from your instructor, revise, and get to a stage where you can focus on improving the text for the final draft.