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Whether you’re writing a paper, essay, assignment, or dissertation, this short and punchy book helps you improve your writing skills through minimal effort.
Providing you with a quick set of writing rules to follow, this tried and tested guide uses a unique and easy to follow
How-to tutorials include:
- Synthesizing and critiquing literature – and using your coding sheet to develop critical arguments
- Shaping abstracts, introductions, discussions, and conclusions – to improve the logic and structure of your writing
lessons-learned to future projects, whatever format of academic writing.
Save time and improve your grades, with this essential quick fix guide!
SAGE Study Skills are essential
|The Lone Wolf Claim|
|Formulating a Research Question|
|Types of Writing Assignments|
|Organizing your own RCOS|
|Interpreting RCOS: A Student Example|
|The Infiniteness of Synthesis|
|Critiquing Ice Cream, Hamburger, and a Movie|
|Three Questions that Lead to an Appropriate Critique of Previous Literature|
|A Haven for CPLs and GAPs|
|Differentiating between ROF and ROA|
|The Citationality of the ROF and ROA|
|Building an Argument and Creating Main Sections|
|The Scope of Claims in Non-empirical Papers|
|How to Write an Abstract|
|How to Write an Introduction|
|How to Write a Discussion|
|How to Write a Conclusion|
|A Note on Data and Methods|
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