How to Write a Better Thesis
Melbourne University Press, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 187 pages
This concise guide emphasizes clear and logical structure as the key to a well-written thesis. Offering concrete examples of common structural problems, and numerous devices, tricks, and tests by which to avoid them, in a direct and conversational tone, it proves that the astute researcher must no longer regard writing as the last chore but rather as a crucial part of the research process. This updated edition reflects the changes in research style brought about by the Internet.
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I'm not sure I would have survived my thesis without this incredibly helpful, concise, well written book! It is not discipline specific, and includes examples from a variety of research disciplines in illustrating certain points. A must-have book for your shelf.
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