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    So for my investigation i have compared 3 transcripts from the jonathan ross show, i've completed my analysis and now im in the process of writing up the evaulation. Problem is i don't know how to start it off and what to put!
    For my prediction i said i will find that asks more questions to the male interviewees and fewer to the female interviewees, also that the women will hedge more often and will use backchanelling behaviour whereas the men would be providing short replies.

    So how would i start if off? And what do i include?
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    So for my investigation i have compared 3 transcripts from the jonathan ross show, i've completed my analysis and now im in the process of writing up the evaulation. Problem is i don't know how to start it off and what to put!
    For my prediction i said i will find that asks more questions to the male interviewees and fewer to the female interviewees, also that the women will hedge more often and will use backchanelling behaviour whereas the men would be providing short replies.

    So how would i start if off? And what do i include?
    For mine I started with talking about the content, then the audience of the texts, the register, and then the purpose. I do this separately for each text after I have finished discussing the previous one. Just a good way to ease yourself into it .
 
 
 
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