How do you make an acknowledgment in a research paper?


To make an acknowledgement in a research paper, a writer should express thanks by using the full or professional names of the people being thanked and should specify exactly how the people being acknowledged helped. The acknowledgement should come at the beginning of a paper, after the table of contents and before the body of the article begins. It should use professional language that is consistent with the tone of the rest of the paper.

Acknowledgments are different than references. References are typically in-text citations of people or works that influenced the actual content of the paper. Acknowledgments are a simple expression of gratitude for support and inspiration throughout the research and writing process itself.

Q&A Related to "How do you make an acknowledgment in a research..."
1. Decide whom to thank. For a research paper, it is not important to thank friends, family members or colleagues who did not directly contribute to the development of your paper
"A special thank you goes to those who contributed to this paper: John Doe for his valuable comments and sharing his knowledge. Jane Smith for making data she collected available
Write a citation.….
It takes more space. An average scientific paper in my field cites a couple of dozen sources, and if each time you cite one, you have to add a page number, it could easily consume
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