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Publishing Research Papers?

Hi, I am currently in highschool and I would like to publish a research paper, I would like to work on researching either Bipolar Disorder or Appropriation in the 21st century, do you have any advice? (I currently in the process of getting a mentor)

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Birama’s Answer

It's good to think about becoming a seeker. This will have an impact on the scientific development of your field through the new information that you will bring to it but on you. It will make you one of the specialists in the world working to explore this field.
And from a person's point of view, you can also earn a living. Researchers are treated well in certain countries and this will also allow you to discover other people as part of integration and networking in the research world.
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Jack’s Answer

Research papers are a great way to achieve recognition within the academic field you are studying in! I recommend seeing what resources are available within your institution that can connect you with academic journals or other scholarly publications, especially through consulting teachers and other academics who have experience with publications. It is also important to ensure the quality of your writing, as that is a major aspect of academic writing, so make sure to research formatting (including citations), tone, and grammatical rules of academic writing. Continue your research process and once you are able to find a mentor, absorb and apply their guidance and you will have a successful research paper that you will be proud of!
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Preeti’s Answer

That's really great to know that you want to publish a paper and the topics you chose are really interesting. I can suggest you few steps to start the process:
1. Narrow down the research topic, either bipolar disorder or appropriation in 21st century, so that you can focus and get clear direction.
2. Review existing literatures of your chosen topic (read scientific articles, books, and other sources) to identify the research gap that needs further research.
3. It's great that you are already in process of getting mentor. Mentor will provide you valuable insights, help with research design and offer advice on publication process.
4. Work with your mentor to develop research plan that outlines research objectives, methods, data collection and analysis technique.
5. Collect and analyze data.
6. Once your research is complete and analyzed, organize your findings into a logically structured paper. Work with your mentor to edit and refine your paper.
Best of luck with your research and publication journey.
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