Writing research papers: a complete guide
The definitive research paper guide, Writing from Sources combines a traditional and practical approach to the research process with the latest information on electronic research and presentation. Step-by-step instruction in a clear, non-intimidation writing style, takes the reader from the selection and narrowing of a topic, through research, note taking, planning, drafting, revising, to preparation of the finished document.
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This book saved my sanity when I was learning to write research papers the right way as an undergraduate English major. I used it for every paper I wrote, both as an undergrad and also when getting my Master's degree. I had a reputation within the English dept. for writing good papers. Part of that was my own good ideas (OK, that's not very modest, is it), but a lot of it was from using this book and learning to do it right. Thank you, James D. Lester!
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Awful. More effort should be spent telling how to write a research paper than actually showing research papers that others have written.
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James D. Lester, Jr.,Lester
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WRITING FROM RESEARCH
FINDING A TOPIC
Narrowing a General Subject into a Working Topic
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