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Thing 2 Aspect 2 Thing 1 Thing 2 Aspect 3 Thing 1 Thing 2 The next page shows this filled out with an example of an analysis from Anthropology. Structure: Communicating Argument / 62 How has life changed for the people of Upper Rivers since the 1950s? Religion Family structure Gender relations Economic life Aspect What? How? Why? With what effect? Upper Hunter-gatherer Rivers in economy 1950s (thing 1) Land unproductive for farming, no private ownership of land Adequate, shared food resources and simple material life Upper Labouring in mine Rivers now (thing 2) Investment by multi-national mining company Govt sold land to mine.
To discussion in the discipline - To you as a reader How useful is it? - Strengths — problems — limitations - What remains to be done? The anthropomorphic ('person shaped') outline / 51 6. 1 The anthropomorphic (‘human-shaped’) outline Chapter 5 talks about how you can create and develop your thesis — give it a unique character and personality of its own. In addition to doing this, you have to communicate your ideas clearly so that the reader can follow. Communicating your ideas is easier if you think about an essay structure as being like a human skeleton.
You can see this advice visually outlined for you in the ‘introduction’ part of the anthropomorphic outline. The three top connecting arrows (in blue) on the left side clarify relationships between the thesis and the underlying question, the underlying question and the topic, the topic and the discipline or field you’re studying. Apart from noting the position of the thesis, there are a few other aspects in the introduction worth clarifying. Below are some questions that students often ask when examining the outline template.