A person engaged in scientific work, may record some information — for example, through coursework or report, in the form of abstracts or synopsis. What are the different format of reflection data? What is the difference between the abstracts from the abstract?
The content of the article
What are theses?
Under theses commonly understood:
- the elements of the article material — prepared by a researcher or a scientist, which reflect its main thoughts;
- the list contained in article scientific assumptions, which can later be proved or disproved.
Theses, as a rule, are based on own researches of the author. Materials prepared on their basis, usually in sufficient detail to reflect the author’s approach to a particular problem. The abstracts included in the document can be written in accordance with a separate plan. They are simple in structure and complex, in order of importance — key and secondary.
To reflect in the author’s text (e.g. in a scientific article) facts that reveal details on the abstracts and, alternatively, to Supplement her evidence, it is necessary to make relevant work in the abstract. Consider how it will look in this case.
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Under the synopsis is taken to mean:
- the source, representing a brief retelling of another material (for example, lectures at the University).
- the document, which, like the one that contains the abstract, can include author’s assumptions, but also include evidence-based elements (statistical data, formulas, measurements), as well as the facts that detail the main ideas outlined in the thesis.
The notes, therefore, is fully copyright or based on the thoughts of another person — for example, a University lecturer. As with abstracts, it could be prepared in accordance with a separate plan.
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The main difference of the abstracts from the abstract of that first, as a rule, are of copyright nature. In addition, they may reflect only the assumptions — which in the course of further studies have not always confirmed.
The synopsis, in turn, may be made by the author based on the thoughts of other people. Also, in some cases it is, in fact, is an extended version of the article with the abstract — but already proven.
There may be a difference between the types of data sources and content. The thesis is usually the main ideas of a larger text. The abstract can be a brief retelling of parts of the material — not necessarily that this will be the main ideas of this source. But it is possible variant in which the thesis is based on the synopsis. In this case, they will reflect the main ideas contained in it.
Defining the difference between a thesis and outline, fix the key findings in the table.
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What is common between them?
The synopsis can be an extended version of the document with the abstract, which is complemented by evidence-based formulations
Theses can be written on the basis of the synopsis — how the main ideas
What is the difference between them?
May contain assumptions of the author, not accompanied by proofs, — i.e. potentially refute
As a rule, contains the facts, accompanied by evidence — in the form of formulas, statistics, measurements
Can reflect the main ideas of a larger text
May be a brief retelling of parts of a larger text
As a rule, are prepared directly by the author of the text (even if they are written on the basis of the outline contained in it thoughts usually are interpreted by the author)
Can be based on the thoughts of other people (for example, a teacher in the University) and not be interpreted by the author