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Introductions & Conclusions

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Introductions & Conclusions

 Types of Introductory Paragraphs œ

1. Background Information Introduction Presents background on the topic that slowly leads up to the thesis. For example:

Over the past fifty years, the concept of success for many Chinese women has changed dramatically. Earlier in this century, a woman was successful if she was a respectful daughter-in-law, a dutiful wife, and a responsible mother. That is, a successful woman was one who did what her mother-in-law wished, kept a clean house, and took very good care of her children. However, success today for a Chinese woman has a different meaning. Now success means working outside the home and achieving a status in society equal to that of men.

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