Basic College Research Skills

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University Press of America, 2007 - Education - 107 pages
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"This textbook's format gives students a comprehensive guide to basic college research and writing at the undergraduate and graduate levels. At the rudimentary level, it provides tips for reading texts, listening, and developing studying and writing skills." "At a relatively advanced level, this text addresses some of the more prominent challenges to research and data estimation, and commonplace errors in research and writing. Basic College Research Skills has been presented to be an enduring companion for college students who are undertaking demanding academic courses in research and writing."--BOOK JACKET.

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Study Skills
Reading Different Academic Texts
Research and Data Estimation

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About the author (2007)

Steven Bookman is an Adjunct at Lehman College.
Christopher Warburton is Assistant Professor of Law and Economics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He received his Ph.D. with distinction in Microeconomics from Fordham University. He is author of The Evolution of Crises and Underdevelopment in Africa (University Press of America, 2005) and Research and Profit Maximization in Finance and Economics (University Press of America, 2006).

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