We use language to create an argument that flows logically, through the use of:
In an evidence-based practice report, the Introduction, Discussion and Conclusion sections advance arguments. The Methods and Results sections, however, are description—they describe how the search was carried out and what was found. The following is an analysis of passages drawn from the Introduction, Discussion and Conclusions of two evidence-based practice reports, Leake, Main, and Rolland (2001) and Peressini (2003), showing how the arguments are structured:
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