A students submission should be clearly objective and not have any subjective comments as these can lead to readers inferring bias in the students work. You can use the structure below
· What is motivation?
· Types of motivation
· What is communication
· Types of communication
· Consequence of poor communication on motivation
then add a section to bring the two elements together in context showing what you have found in the literature for motivation that applies to the facts you have discovered about de-motivation. Finally you can deliver a clear conclusion that either agrees or disagrees with the question set in the title. If it isn't a statement properly referenced, its opinion and you will need to provide empirical evidence to justify the statement. Building an academic argument is about selecting referenced statements from suitable, up to date sources; Journals, reference books, then other sources. While you may be able to get access to local sources there is an extensive range of material available electronically, on-line through the University Library.
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