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Sunday, August 07, 2011

Expectations of MPhil Social Science Cluster Group

Following are the expectations of the MPhil Social Science Cluster Group from the academic writing module suggested in the session on 6 August 2011.


Related to Writing
Write in organised way
Issue of literary jargon
Punctuation
Structure of academic writing
Nature of academic writing/difference bw 'popular' and academic writing
Language of credibility
Conventions of research writing
What not to do in academic writing
Vocabulary of research
Citation in thesis
How to sound scholarly
How to edit
How to quote
Foot note
Presenting ideas systematically
Concise writing
Thesis – structure, presentation
Writing and article for peer review journal
Learn the essentials of academic writing


On academic writing
Different kinds of academic writing

On Researching
How to read a research article/ critical reading
Reviewing literature
How to take notes

Other suggestions
Give Practice
How to present papers
Do justice to the basic topics

Not related
Decoding visual representation
Use data
Problem statement

Except the last section the rest of the suggestions will be considered during the sessions on academic writing.
 


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sir,
While writing the Literature Review the problem that I've been facing is that I am only saying these books ought to be read but can't provide a logical reason as to why I should read them as most of these I have not managed to read yet. It will be great if you could share a sample of a literature review for this assignment in the class. Probably that is the only solution to having this sorted out. Thanks

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Anil Pinto said...

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