The Modern Researcher
This classic introduction to the techniques of research and the art of expression is used widely in history courses, but is also appropriate for writing and research methods courses in other departments. Barzun and Graff thoroughly cover every aspect of research, from the selection of a topic through the gathering, analysis, writing, revision, and publication of findings presenting the process not as a set of rules but through actual cases that put the subtleties of research in a useful context. Part One covers the principles and methods of research; Part Two covers writing, speaking, and getting one's work published.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Muscogulus - LibraryThing
Fifth edition of a standard guidebook for researchers who use documentary evidence. Lots of sane advice. As of this edition, the author still didn't know what to make of personal computers, and the ... Read full review
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It's more appropriate that I refrain from speaking about this book on Goodreads until I better know what to say. Read full review