How to conect sentences
One way is to use a pronoun (it, they) or pro-form (this method, these systems) to glue the sentences together:
- Many researchers have suggested ways of reducing cost without affecting the quality of the image. These methods rely on data structures built during a preprocessing step.
- It has received much attention over the past few decades due to its biodegradable properties, which offer important economic benefits.
Signalling sentence connector
Another way is to use a signalling sentence connector to indicate the relationship between one sentence and the next, or one part of a sentence and the next.
- We are therefore not making any grand claims about learning effects or generalizability.
- Due to (the fact that)
- due to (the fact that)
- In part due to this, political theorist Michael Freeden says that policy issues are essentially contestable, meaning there are many valid but mutually excusive ways to think about them.
- on account of
- in view of (the fact that)
- as a result (of which)
- which is why
- on the other hand
- While in the hard sciences there is typically only one canonical explanation to a particular phenomenon at any one point in time, in the social sciences there are typically many different contemporary explanations
- by contrast
- although it was difficult, a solution was found
- Even though
- In spite of
- Regardless of
- However, we believe that there are exciting new opportunities and challenges in taking Constructionism to the social policy education, and we hope that this study can help inform this move.
- However, we speculate that social issues may be more difficult to cognitively disentangle and think about in an isolated manner.
- even so
- in addition
- secondly (etc.)
- in the second place (etc.)
- apart from that/which
- what is more