Bookmarks: A Guide to Research and Writing
Longman, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 458 pages
Serving as a bridge between old and new traditions for researchers who expect to work regularly in both print and electronic environments, this second edition demystifies the writing process by engaging and guiding students through the research and writing process. It focuses on rhetorical issues addressing audience.
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Finding a Topic
Establishing a Purpose
Focusing Your Project
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AltaVista America Online annotated audience basic bibliography Book Bookmarks brochure browser Chapter CHECKLIST citation Cited claim consider create database date of access Diomedes document editor electronic address electronic sources Encyclopedia entry essay example Figure files focus followed fonts format Georgia Southern University give graphics guidelines hypertext ideas identify Iliad Indent Index instructor Internet italicized Journal keyword last name library catalog listserv locate material newsgroups newspaper Online Style page numbers paper paraphrase Parenthetical note Patrick O'Brian period present programs publication information questions quotation marks Ralph Bunche readers References research project Science search engines Section self-perceived academic competency space specific standardized testing summary tags teachers telnet test anxiety tion topic types Usenet word processor World Wide World Wide Web writing York