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Read a sample IA if structure is what you're worried about.

"Literature pieces" - by this I assume you mean sources? That depends on what you find/dig up. It could be general textbooks, it could be a diary of someone who lived through the genocidal period, it could be anything really (primary or secondary). Ideally, you should have one primary source at least.

Hypothesis (noun): A proposition, or set of propositions, set forth as an explanation for the occurrence of some specified group of phenomena, either asserted merely as a provisional conjecture to guide an investigation (i.e. a working hypothesis) or accepted as highly probable in the light of established facts...

...or to put it in layman's terms: "What do you think is the answer to the research question headlining the investigation of your EE?"

Methodology (noun): A system, strategy or plan used in a particular area of study or activity...

...or: "How do you propose one should go about answering the question you've posed in your EE?" (i.e. ensuring that your suggested system (proposed methodology) is clear and coherent.)

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On 4/28/2013 at 5:04 AM, dilpreetgrewal said:

Hi I am writing an extended essay on the Sikh genocide of 1984.

And I am wondering what should I include such as what kind of literature pieces, and what do I have to do for the Hypotheses or arguments part and the Proposed Methodology part.

Hi, I too am doing my epq on the 1984 attack and I would love to be able to email you about it?

 

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a very complex topic. Not that the historical topic was the most difficult. This topic is morally difficult. I am very glad that this is just a historical moment from the past, and not our reality. It's hard to imagine how hard it was for people. In this case, it is recommended to use informative sources. you can get anything from tutorials or from the internet. But keep in mind that it is very important to validate the resources you are using. You can often stumble upon facts taken out of thin air, although at first glance it may seem that this is true. In my work, I prefer not to waste time on rechecking, I have a couple of resources that I use constantly, and I am sure of their quality, here is one of the best: https://writehistoryessay.com/pay -someone-will-write- story-essay-professional / it saves a lot of time. And I don't need to worry about being wrong or inaccurate. Of course, you can always find something of your own, but it takes a lot of time. And this method is clearly not for me. Especially when you have to work hard. I mean topics that are difficult for me to understand and extremely difficult to discuss. Everyone will have something of their own. But everyone has such themes.

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