eBook Research Writing Using Traditional and Electronic Sources download
by Nancy L. Joseph
Author: Nancy L. Joseph
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (December 18, 1998)
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SOURCE CARDS 3 x 5 Bibliography Card-Book Joseph, Nancy. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1999.
SOURCE CARDS 3 x 5 Bibliography Card-Book Joseph, Nancy. 808 Jo Bibliography Card-Weekly Magazine Levy, Steven. Summary of Act I, Scene 1. Romeo and Juliet Navigator.
QUESTION/ANALYZE the source material by using ACTIVE READING STRATEGIES. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, In. 1999. You will write this analysis directly on the source and identify the following strategies in the margins of the material: a. AUTHOR’S PURPOSE: Why is the author writing this source? To Inform? To Explain? To Persuade? To Describe? Use these verbs as a starting point to write a complete sentence relating to your source material. The author is informing the reader about the dangers of global warming.
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Indexing Books Nancy C. Mulvany Getting into Print Walter W. Powell Tales of the Field John Van Maanen Style Joseph M. Williams A Handbook of Biological Illustration Frances W. Zweifel. The University of Chicago Press Chicago and London. Publisher's note: Given the complex formatting of this work, its presentation on an electronic device may differ slightly from the print book.
Published by Thriftbooks. It goes into great detail about how to select and incorporate source material into a paper. The examples of documentation styles are easy to follow and sample papers are included. I recommend this book.
The work is often referred to as "Turabian" (after the work's original author, Kate L. Turabian) or by the shortened title, A Manual for Writers.
This book is a practical, easy-to-use guide to research writing with step-by-step directions and specific examples. Its focus allows it to be used for almost any research writing. Research Writing Using Traditional and Electronic Sources provides a comprehensive guide to efficient writing strategies and current documentation styles for both traditional and electronic sources. It provides hands-on pointers for locating, evaluating, and incorporating material from both sources. This useful volume also presents the basics of good writing while giving tips on improving the writing, thinking, and researching skills needed for success. The book emphasizes the Modern Language Association (MLA) documentation style along with a thorough explanation of the American Psychological Association (APA) documentation style. It also includes a sample research report documented in APA style. An essential reference for every academic and professional writer.