© 1999 – Routledge
It is always difficult to know how to write up research, and as academics and postgraduates alike come under increasing pressure to improve rates of publication a text like this one is essential reading for all researchers.
The book discusses all aspects of translating research into writing, including:
* getting started and keeping going
* putting into words what you want to say
* ways of organizing your work
* coping with problems, blockages and sustaining morale
*style and format
*editing your writing
*writing alone and writing in a team
*approaching problems and getting published.
This book will be of use to students, researchers and writers concerned with getting their research written and having it published.
'Essential reading for all researchers.' - Consumer Currents
'I recommend this book to anyone setting out to write up research or who has started but finds it hard to keep going. Reading this book is not only a good alternative to doing the writing, it may actually provide the break to inspire you to pick up the pen/computer again. - Tiny Arora, Educational Psychology in Practice