Q: Can you give me an example of a statement of the problem in my research subject?
Give me some example about my research in my subject in PR. About State of the problem. Please help me with my research.
Your question is rather unclear. I am not sure what you mean by "state of the problem." I have edited the question title assuming you mean to say "statement of the problem." It is difficult to provide an example from your subject area. However, here's a step-by-step guide to writing a statement of the problem which I'm sure you will find helpful: The basics of writing a statement of the problem for your research proposal
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hello sir? can you please help me with my research about the SOP? I don't know how to start it. The title of our research is THE COMPARISON OF GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS AND ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS IN TERMS OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES i hope you can help me thanks a lot :)
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Your new paper seems to be a follow-up to your previous paper. So, you will indeed need to mention this in the abstract of the new paper for both scientific and ethical reasons. As this is an abstract, you can add why you chose to do a follow-up study, that is, why you felt it was necessary to study the effect of method A on problem B over time. This is to evoke interest in your paper, especially to those who may be familiar with your earlier paper. In the main paper too, you can talk about why you felt this was necessary.