Q: How do I write the background of my study?
I am writing a research project on "Public relation campaign and their role in organization publicity.” How should I write background of the study?
The background forms the first part of the Introduction section. It provides context for your study and helps the readers understand why your research topic is important. It gives a brief overview of the research done on the topic so far and mentions the gaps that have remained unaddressed as well as the need to address them. Subsequently, it mentions how your research will address those gaps and helps establish the significance of your research.
While writing your background, you must:
- Mention the main developments in your research area
- Highlight significant questions that need to be addressed
- Discuss the relevant aspects of your study
These resources will help you write your study background in an engaging manner: