Principles of Writing Research Papers

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Penguin Academics, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 266 pages
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The Principles of Writing Research Papers is the ultimate brief research reference. Pocket-sized and inexpensive, this research guide is priced to work as a supplement in any research-oriented course. Designed as a guide for writing research papers both in first-year composition courses and in upper-level courses in all disciplines, The Principles of Writing Research Papers is rooted in the fundamentals of thorough library research but encourages and equips students to use the Internet as well as field research where appropriate. It endorses the written word while recognizing the value of graphics, audio, video, and slide presentations. It includes numerous student samples and excerpts of model research papers with particular attention to MLA documentation style.

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Contents

CHAPTER TWO Library Research
16
CHAPTER THREE Searching the World Wide Web
37
Collecting Data Outside
53
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Austin Peay University

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