What you need to include in a research paper is ABSTRACT:
Now, why is the abstract important?: It essentially seduces the reader into reading the rest of your paper and provide a general understanding of the story inside. An abstract describes what you do in your essay, whether it’s a scientific experiment or a literary analysis paper.
Your abstract must summarize all of the parts of the paper by writing accurately, concisely, and includes only the most important content so that you can keep those readers seduced into reading your paper.
To write an abstract, conclude your paper first, then type a summary that defines the purpose, problem, methods, results, and conclusion of your work.
After you get the details down, all that’s left is just to format it correctly. Since an abstract is only a summary of your work done, so it’s easy to accomplish!
So, before coming to the structure of the abstract let’s talk about the couple of things you need to keep in mind before you begin to write it.
Getting your abstract started:
1. Write your paper first. Although an abstract goes at the beginning of the work, it acts as a summary of your entire paper. Put away writing your abstract for last, after you have already finished your paper.
2. Review and try to understand any requirements for writing your abstract. The paper you are writing probably has some specific guidelines and requirements, whether it is for publication in a journal, submission in a class, or part of a work project. Before you start writing, first refer to the guidelines, also about the LENGTH, STYLE and REQUIREMENTS.
3. Consider your audience. Refer to other persons as guide or mentor just to know, what changes you still have to do.
4. Verify the type of abstract.