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Researching Writing

Author : Joyce Kinkead
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"An accessible, informative textbook that teaches undergraduates how to conduct ethical, authentic research in writing studies. The book introduces students to the research approaches used most often, and offers a course framework for professors creating or teaching research courses themselves"--Provided by publisher.

Teaching and Researching Writing

Author : Ken Hyland
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This book provides an authoritative, readable and up-to-date guide to the major themes and developments in current writing theory, research and teaching. Written in a clear, accessible style, it covers theoretical and conceptual issues, addresses current questions and shows how research has fed into state-of-the-art teaching methods, practices, materials and software applications. Thoroughly updated and revised, this second edition also contains a new chapter on important issues in writing such as genre, context and identity. The book includes: Suggestions for teaching approaches and small-scale, do-able research projects, illustrated with case studies Clearly laid out discussions of key topics using bullet points, screen shots, sidebars and quote boxes An extensive compendium of resources including lists of major journals, websites, professional associations, conferences and on-line databases A recommended reading section and glossary of key terms The combination of teaching and research analysis with practical information makes this an invaluable resource for teachers, supervisors, students, materials writers, trainers and professionals engaged in language study and teaching.

Writing Research researching Writing

Author : Gary William Rasberry
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This book will be of interest to those whose lives include writing, particularly when that writing is attached to a life that also includes teaching and learning; it seeks to engage with those who have a passion for words and for wordmaking - for those who are curious about how these curricular acts become inextricably tangled in ways that are both maddening and hopeful. Moving backward and forward, between the lived particulars of a group of preservice teachers' writing practices in a workshop-styled setting and the writing practice of a researcher/teacher educator/poet curious about the acts of learning and teaching, writing and researching, this work attempts to live well with the necessarily tangled relationships among literacy, aesthetic practice, and the ongoing production of subjectivity in teacher education and our educational researchings of teacher education.

Researching and Writing Dissertations

Author : Roy Horn
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From finding a topic to writing and reviewing your work, Researching and Writing Dissertations is an essential tool for anyone working on a dissertation or business report. This new edition is now suitable for students studying the CIPD Level 7 Advanced units Investigating a Business Issue and Using Information in HR but is equally relevant for all non-CIPD students too. Covering everything from strategies for finding and developing a dissertation topic and how to develop a research proposal through to what methodology to use and how to analyse your data, this is the only book you need to write clear, effective and compelling dissertations and reports. In addition to practical guidance on the researching and writing up of projects, this book includes essential guidance on effective time management and how to ensure that projects are completed and submitted on time as well as invaluable insights through real-life student and supervisor comments. Fully supported by online resources including an instructor's manual and lecturer slides as well as templates, checklists and quizzes for students, Researching and Writing Dissertations is a book that anyone working on dissertations, research projects or business reports can't afford to be without.

Writing the Modern Research Paper

Author : Robert Dees
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Writing the Modern Research Paper is a practical and contemporary guide to writing research papers, offering students advice on how to think critically throughout the research process. Designed as a complete reference, this book offers a step-by-step guide to research, encouraging students to think carefully and crtitically about such issues as audience, topic, and thesis, as well as evaluating, integrating, and citing sources appropriately. The text covers both informative and argumentative purposes for doing research, including a full chapter on reasoning and evidence in argumentative research papers. Original and realistic student examples throughout show various approaches to the methods of planning and researching. This contemporary book offers full coverage of computer research technologies, extensive attention to the prewriting and planning stages of the assignment, and pedagogy designed to encourage students to work collaboratively. There is also unparalleled coverage of the major disciplinary documentation forms MLA, APA, CBE, and Chicago. The book also features examples from modern research sources (Citation Indexes, the Internet) not covered in other texts.

Managing Information For Research

Author : Orna, Elizabeth
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This book is aimed at students from all disciplines undertaking research projects for the first time. Unusually for a book of this kind it also deals with the design issues involved in presenting information.

Writing and Researching for A Thesis Proposal

Author : Clara Herlina Karjo
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As an undergraduate student, you should carry out a research to be qualified for a bachelor degree. Yet, research can be a major stumbling block for a student to achieve his/her goal. However, research should not hinder you to attain your aim. It only takes a little understanding and practice. This book describes almost everything you need to carry out a research assignment, as well as some techniques, concepts and conventions for writing a scientific paper. And more importantly, it has ample samples and practices. The objective of this book is to guide you step by step, little by little to design your research and finally write your very own thesis proposal. I sincerely wish that you could take advantage of this book and begin your journey to greatness. Happy researching and writing!

Researching and Writing in the Social Sciences

Author : Christine A. Hult
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Readers will learn to research and write papers in the social sciences with this thorough and complete guide to research in the social sciences. Part of a series on research writing across the curriculum, RESEARCHING AND WRITING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES provides discipline-specific guidance and sample papers that assist readers in preparing their own social science papers.

Researching Creative Writing

Author : Jen Webb
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Creative writing and academic research can seem uncomfortable bedfellows. But in this learned, practical book, Jen Webb shows how 'research practices can invigorate writing; creative practices can invigorate research; and - if properly organised and managed - creative writing can operate as a mode of knowledge generation, a way of exploring problems and answering questions that matter in our current context'. Researching creative writing enables writer-researchers to craft a toolkit that will help them produce better creative work and more rigorous research work. Jen Webb is Distinguished Professor, Creative Practice, at the University of Canberra. Researching creative writing is the sixth title in the Creative Writing Studies series.

Writing Research Papers

Author : James D. Lester
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Researching and Writing

Author : Marcia Muth
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Whether your students are working with just a couple of sources or many, writing a literary analysis or scientific report, Research and Writing : A Portable Guide will be a valuable resource for all their college research assignments. Brief and inexpensive - yet very thorough - this guide offers everything students need to strengthen their research and writing skills: clear practical advice on every step of the research project; help with using sources effectively, including evaluating print and electronic resources, avoiding plagiarism, and integrating sources into a paper; numerous checklists that provide research and writing tips; unique source navigators illustrating how to locate identifying details in original sources - from books to databases - and how to transfer those details into source citations and lists; and the most recent guidelines documenting sources using MLA, APA, Chicago, and CSE styles.

Researching and Writing in Law

Author : Terry C. M. Hutchinson
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The revolution in legal research provides exciting challenges for those exploring and writing about the legal landscape. Cumbersome paper sources have largely been replaced by electronic files and a new range of skills and sources are required to successfully conduct legal research. Researching and Writing in Law, 3rd Edition is an updated research guide, mapping the developments that have taken place and providing the keys to the fundamental electronic sources of legal research, especially those now available on the web, as well as exploring traditional doctrinal methodologies. Included in this edition are extensive checklists for locating and validating the law in Australia, England, Canada, the United States, New Zealand, India and the European Union. This third edition includes expanded discussion of the process of formulating a research proposal, writing project abstracts and undertaking a literature review (Chapter 7). Research methodologies are also extensively examined, focusing on the process of doctrinal methodology as well as discussing other useful methodologies, such as Comparative Research and Content Analysis (Chapter 5). Further highlighted are issues surrounding research ethics, including plagiarism and originality, the importance of developing skills in critique, and the influence of current university research environments on postgraduate legal research. Law students and members of the practising profession aiming to update their research, knowledge and skills will find Researching and Writing in Law, 3rd Edition invaluable.

Researching Writing Reviewing and Publishing Academic Articles

Author : Heiko Filthuth
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Essay from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: A, language: English, abstract: Academic writing is a process of several steps from the initial idea to a published article. Conducting them in a proper order and with due diligence can substantially increase the chances of a successful publication with reasonable efforts. Amongst the key factors for success are an awareness for the target topic in literature and the target audience, a structured manuscript preparation including review processes, and the self-confidence of the author in his/her research and conclusions.

Knowing how

Author : Mary C. McMackin
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Features guidelines for teaching children how to write research papers and includes examples from the writings of students and professional authors to offer suggestions on creating reports.

Writing a Research Paper

Author : Edward J. Shewan
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This booklet is designed to guide the student through the process of writing a research paper- from selecting a topic to polishing the final draft. Writing a Research Paper will develop the skills that will benefit the student in every area of life, now and in the future.

The Curious Researcher

Author : Bruce P. Ballenger
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For courses in Research Writing. An engaging, direct writing style propels this inquiry-based guide to writing research papers Featuring an engaging, direct writing style and inquiry-based approach, The Curious Researcher: A Guide to Writing Research Papers , 9th Edition stresses that curiosity is the best reason for investigating ideas and information. An appealing alternative to traditional research texts, The Curious Researcher stands apart for its motivational tone, its conversational style, and its conviction that research writing can be full of rewarding discoveries. Offering a wide variety of examples from student and professional writers, the text encourages readers to find ways to bring fact-based writing to life. A unique chronological organization sets up achievable writing goals along with week-by-week guidance. Full explanations of the technical aspects of writing and how to document source-based papers help readers develop sound research and analysis skills. The 9th Edition has been revised with new features and sections, a new thematic table of contents, and up-to-date coverage of MLA style. The Curious Researcher: A Guide to Writing Research Papers , 9th Edition is also available via Revel(tm), an interactive learning environment that enables students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience. Learn more.

Research and Writing Across the Disciplines

Author : P Ramadass
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Part I Essentials of Research An Introduction to Research Methodology The Scientific Method Types of Research Studies Research Methods Designing Research Data Collection Data Analysis Part II Essentials of Writing Planning the Thesis Using the Library Scientific Writing Thesis or Assignment Writing Preparing the Title Writing Abstract and Summary Writing the Introduction Writing Review of Literature Writing the Materials and Methods Presenting the Results Writing the Discussions Citing the References Using the Footnotes Listing of Authors and Addresses Using Quotations Using Punctuations Proofreading Photography Writing a Research Proposal Writing a Research Report Writing a Research Grant Proposal Appendix Glossary Index

Researching and Writing a Dissertation

Author : Colin M. Fisher
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This book takes an extremely practical, skills-based approach and covers both the research methods themselves and the process of choosing, planning, researching and writing the dissertation.

Researching and Writing in History

Author : Florence N. McCoy
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Creative Writing for Social Research

Author : Richard Phillips
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Inviting beginners and more experienced researchers to explore new ways of writing, this book introduces readers to creatively written research in a variety of formats including plays and poems, videos and comics. It not only gives social researchers permission, but also shows them how, to write creatively.