A useful handbook, this text presents guidelines frequently followed by writers of reports of empirical research designed for publication in scientific business journals. The guidelines describe the types of information that should be included, how this information should be expressed, and where various types of information should be placed within a report. Excerpts from journal articles are used to illustrate most of the guidelines. At the end of each chapter, there are questions for classroom discussion.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Writing Simple Research Hypotheses Chapter 2 A Closer Look at Hypotheses Chapter 3 Writing Research Purposes, Objectives, and Questions Chapter 4 Writing Titles Chapter 5 Writing Introductions and Literature Reviews Chapter 6 Writing Definitions Chapter 7 Writing Assumptions and Limitations Chapter 8 Writing Method Sections Chapter 9 Writing Analysis and Results Sections Chapter 10 Writing Discussion Sections Chapter 11 Writing Abstracts
Matthew J. V. Rehart