Writing Research Papers Across the Curriculum

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Thomson Wadsworth, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 450 pages
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Not just a research paper manual, this Thomson's Advantage Books edition of Hubbuch's proven text initiates students into the community of academic disciplines, enabling them to write meaningful and cogent academic papers in a variety of courses across the curriculum. Offering top quality content at a price sensitive to a student's budget, WRITING RESEARCH PAPERS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM is suitable for beginning students who are learning the research process to more advanced students who simply need a reference manual.

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Contents

What is a Research Paper?
1
Sources of evidence and types of research projects
8
The Researchers Notebook
15
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Susan Hubbuch runs the Writing Center at Lewis & Clark College; over the years she has made numerous presentations at national and regional conferences of NCTE, CCCC, IRA, and IWCA.

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