This short collection offers students guidance on how to plan and write up their first research project, offering guidance and insight for what can be a challenging piece of work.
Taken from Proposing Empirical Research , the first chapter offers a brief introduction to the first steps in planning a research project. The Structure of a Research Report, taken from the bestselling Understanding Research Methods , provides an overview of the essentials of structuring a typical research report.
The third extract, taken from Using Sources Effectively , demonstrates the importance of improving your writing skills in order to get the most from your sources. Chapter four, Guidelines for Writing a First Draft, helps you find your way to putting all your work together into a report. Finally, taken from Evaluating Research in Academic Journals , chapter five gives you insights into key considerations you can use in your own report writing as well as areas to think about when evaluating other's work.
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