Four things must be mentioned in your introduction:
Recommended word count for the introduction: 300-450 words.
Refer explicitly to your research question, but blend it into the prose of your introduction. For example, "This paper seeks to explore the extent to which..."
Situate your research question within existing knowledge. Mention any theories, approaches, or factors that have already been suggested to answer your research question.
You must mention why your question is worthy of investigation or why readers should find your question interesting. You can even use the phrase, "this research question is worthy of investigation because..."
Some reasons a question is worthy of investigation could be:
The introduction should outline your methodological or source-based approach so the reader understands how you went about answering your research question. Be specific.
You should consider the following: