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The purpose of proposal abstracts is to persuade someone to let you write on a topic, pursue a project, conduct an experiment, or present a paper at a conference. A proposal abstract stands alone and often is written before the paper itself.
Key Features of Proposal Abstracts
A summary of basic information
A proposal abstract gives an overview of the planned work
Objective description
Abstracts present information about actual content; they do not present arguments or personal perspectives. Content should include:
Stating your topic, research question, and a potential thesis
Stating your methods for analysis
Stating a plan of development for your paper (sub-topics)
Brevity
Journals and organizations often restrict abstracts to 120–200 words, so you must carefully select and edit your words. For this assignment, your abstract should be about one page, double-spaced.
Here is an example of an proposal abstract in the field of History/American Studies:
This study traces the history of church, state, immigration, and labor relations in Troy, New York in the mid-1800s with special attention given to the Catholic Church and the Jesuit Order of priests. The study highlights the collaborative efforts between the Church and city officials of Troy in establishing poverty relief and educational initiatives for Irish immigrants. Historical documents from the archives in Troy, New York and the Jesuit Archives at Georgetown University and Rome, Italy will be analyzed. The study seeks to answer the following question: what were the dynamics between the Church, the city, organized labor and the immigrant population? The study will proceed with a general history of Troy, New York as a manufacturing town that experienced an influx of Irish immigrants beginning in the 1830s. From there it considers the Catholic Church’s involvement in the city and its relationship with the city officials organized labor. Analysis of historical documents offer a glimpse into Church, state, and labor relations in small town America in the nineteenth century.
Analysis of Proposal:
This study traces the history of church, state, immigration, and labor relations in Troy, New York in the mid-1800s with special attention given to the Catholic Church and the Jesuit Order of priests. The study highlights the collaborative efforts between the Church and city officials of Troy in establishing poverty relief and educational initiatives for Irish immigrants. Historical documents from the archives in Troy, New York and the Jesuit Archives at Georgetown University and Rome, Italy will be analyzed. The study seeks to answer the following question: what were the dynamics between the Church, the city, organized labor and the immigrant population? The study will proceed with a general history of Troy, New York as a manufacturing town that experienced an influx of Irish immigrants beginning in the 1830s. From there it considers the Catholic Church’s involvement in the city and its relationship with the city officials organized labor. Analysis of historical documents offer glimpse into Church, state, and labor relations in small town America in the nineteeth century..
Statement of topic
Brief elaboration
Methods and sources
Research question
Organizational plan of Development
Statement of relevance

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