In an academic essay there is no right or wrong answer. You will be assessed on the basis of:
• whether you have selected appropriate academic sources to address the question;
• how well you have understood and analysed these academic sources in order to discuss and critically evaluate the statement in the question;
• how well you communicate your response to the question in academic essay format.
An essay at university level is:
• an argument
o more specifically it is your argument in relation to the question/statement that you have been set. This means that it is not just a summary of someone else’s views or writing, but is instead a piece of academic work in which you present your answer to the question/statement that draws on a range of other people’s published academic material to support and develop your answer.
• this argument must have a clear, logical structure;
o this means explicit sections, that each deal with a particular aspect of your core argument and an Introduction that tells the reader what you will argue and how you will structure your argument.
• that has evidence of substantial reading of relevant academic material;
• that supports its main points through references to published academic material;
• that has a Conclusion which summarises again your argument and how you developed this in the main sections of your essay;
• that has an alphabetically ordered reference list of the items referenced in its pages.
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