The Craft of Research - Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing and Publishing by Wayne C. Booth
With more than 200,000 printed copies, "The Craft of Research" is an unrivaled source for researchers at all levels, from first year students to research reporters in corporate and government…
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With more than 200,000 printed copies, "The Craft of Research" is an unrivaled source for researchers at all levels, from first year students to research reporters in corporate and government offices. Now, experienced researchers and educators Gregory J.
Coulomb and Joseph present m. Williams is an updated third edition of his classic book, which printed his first and second editions in collaboration with the late Win C.
Booth. The "character from the search" explains how to build the argument that motivates readers to accept the claim.
How to anticipate and respond to readers' responses appropriately; how to create introductions and conclusions that answer the most demanding question, "What Next?" The third edition includes an extensive discussion of the primary stages of the research task: planning and drafting a paper. The authors reviewed and fully updated their online research section, emphasizing the need to distinguish between reliable sources (such as those in libraries) and less reliable sources found through quick web search.
The chapter on arrest warrants has also been reviewed to make this difficult subject more accessible to researchers. In all cases, the authors maintained a pleasant tone, a reliable voice, and the direct feeling that made this book indispensable to anyone doing a research project..
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