The purpose of any introduction is to draw your reader into your argument and lead them to your aim(s) — not to offer them a tour of your subject area. Once you see this clearly, you will focus on looking out to your reader, not looking in to your knowledge. You can then see your introduction as a series of ‘moves’.
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