A Rhetoric for the Social Sciences: A Guide to Academic and Professional Communication, Volume 348
This book provides social science majors with a systematic way of learning to write in their fields. It is based on the assumption that such writing is not a mechanical process, but a kind of rhetoric social scientists use to persuade each other of the validity of their research. KEY TOPICS: Features comprehensive coverage of research methods, including how to plan and propose original research, how to gather data or evidence from sources and how to document it. It goes beyond the typical survey of library tools and offers a brief chapter on how to use the Internet as a research tool.
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RHETORIC AND COMPOSING
The Individual and Social Dimensions of Composing
CREATING AND WRITING ABOUT NEW KNOWLEDGE
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