Scientific Writing Skills: Guidelines for writing theses and dissertations
Where do I begin to write my thesis or dissertation? Which sections should such a text have? How do I get my thoughts onto paper? How do I combine all my results in one coherent whole? What is an academic writing style? How do I reference? Scientific Writing Skills gives answers to these questions. It is the result of many courses in scientific writing skills to postgraduate students based on real writing problems and text examples from diverse disciplines. It is a practical yet scientifically sound guide that helps the student tackle scientific writing. It is also available in Afrikaans as Wetenskaplike skryfvaardighede.
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