The method of execution of the elements of the course work is generally consistent with the thesis, but, of course, the course work addresses a less complex and complex problem. The introduction is a very important part of the scientific work, since it not only guides the reader in further disclosing the topic, but also contains all the necessary qualification characteristics of the work itself. Therefore, the main parts of the introduction to the scientific work we consider in detail. Relevance a mandatory requirement for any scientific work. The way the author knows how to choose a topic and how correctly he understands and evaluates this topic in terms of timeliness and social significance, characterizes his scientific maturity and professional preparedness. Coverage of relevance should be laconic.
To begin its description from afar there is no particular need. It is enough within 1 page of typewritten text to show the main factors of the relevance of the topic. In order to inform the reader of the scientific work about the development status of the chosen topic, a brief review of the literature is compiled, which ultimately should lead to the conclusion that this particular topic has not yet been disclosed (or only partially or not in that aspect) and therefore needs further development. A review of the literature on the topic should show the researcher’s thorough acquaintance with the special literature, his ability to systematize sources, critically examine them, highlight the essential, evaluate previously made by other researchers, determine the most important in the current state of knowledge of the topic. The materials of such a review should be systematized in a certain logical connection and sequence, and therefore the list of works and their critical analysis need not be given only in the chronological order of their publication.
Since the work is usually devoted to a relatively narrow topic, a review of the work of predecessors should be done only on the issues of the chosen topic, and not at all on the whole problem. In this review, there is no need to state everything that the researcher has learned from the reading, and that is only indirectly related to his work. But all of any valuable publications that are directly and directly related to the topic of scientific work should be named and critically evaluated. Sometimes the author of the work, not finding the necessary information in the literature available to him, takes the liberty to say that it is to him that the first word belongs in the description of the phenomenon being studied, but this is not confirmed later. Of course, such responsible conclusions can be made only after careful and comprehensive study of literary sources and consultations with your academic advisor.
From the formulation of a scientific problem and the proof that that part of this problem, which is the subject of this work, has not yet received its development and coverage in the special literature, it is logical to proceed to the formulation of the goal of the research being undertaken, and also point to specific tasks (3-5 tasks to be addressed in accordance with this goal. This is usually done in the form of an enumeration (to study, describe, establish, reveal, derive a formula, develop a methodology, etc.).