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As I was piecing my EE together.. and I notice that much of it is all facts and examples of the topic. I am not entirely sure where the analysis fits in, so could someone give me some tips on that?

If it helps my question is "To what extent did the Canadian government restrictive policies on Chinese immigrants have an effect on the formation of Chinese enclaves during the years 1884-1923?”

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For me an analysis a lot of the time is in a way like a "So what" statement... Basically what I would do Is divide your paper into parts where you confront the issue, or talk about how it began, then analyze what happened into a So What sort of statement. Hopefully I helped in some way, the only way I know a little nit about analysis is that I sucked at it and learned how to write analytically. Good luck and interesting topic

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