Writing Guidlines Social Science Students

Author(s): Lisa Emerson

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What is a policy report? How do I reference an internet source? Does my teacher want to know what I think about this essay topic or only what other people think? What is a literature review? As a student in the social sciences, you will be faced with many of these kinds of questions. And whether you are studying nursing, social work, political science or history, this updated edition of Writing Guidelines for Social Science Students has the answers to all your writing and study queries. This second edition includes extended sections on library searching and APA referencing that make it an up-to-the-minute resource for students and teachers alike. Writing Guidelines for Social Science Students is essential reading for all who write or design undergraduate assignments in the social sciences.


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1. Introduction 2. Finding information 3. Notetaking 4. The writing process 5. Essays 6. Literature reviews 7. Research proposals 8. Research reports 9. Laboratory report writing for psychology 10. Policy documents 11. Referencing - APA style 12. Format for References and Bibliography Appendices A. Using secondary material B. Presenting a seminar C. Paragraphing, punctuation and pretentiousness: Elements of style D. Using graphics in reports E. Exam skills Revision checklist - Essays

General Fields

  • : 9780170212939
  • : Cengage Learning Australia
  • : Social Science Press
  • : May 2005
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Lisa Emerson
  • : Paperback
  • : 2nd edition