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    So I’ve decided to do my epq on Attachments between fathers and children and more specifically the impact that fathers have on their children’s lives but I’m not sure how to structure my secondary data section. At the moment it feels like I’m just gathering facts and shoving it all together without any real meaning. Can anyone help?
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    (Original post by Loki_odinson)
    So I’ve decided to do my epq on Attachments between fathers and children and more specifically the impact that fathers have on their children’s lives but I’m not sure how to structure my secondary data section. At the moment it feels like I’m just gathering facts and shoving it all together without any real meaning. Can anyone help?
    Is your EPQ a 5000 word essay, or an essay and a created project?

    If it's just the essay (as most appear to be) then the typical structure of it is:
    • Introduction and discussion around choosing the topic.
    • Deeper thought into the topic- e.g. explain attachment
    • The main body of the essay itself
    • Conclusion
    • bibliography

    This can change depending on the topic of choice for the EPQ. If you're stuck then perhaps ask to see some older versions/past completed EPQs and see if they've used a structure that would suit your topic. (Your school or college should keep some of the old ones as examples)
 
 
 

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