The Wadsworth Guide To Research by Susan K. Miller-cochranThe Wadsworth Guide To Research by Susan K. Miller-cochran

The Wadsworth Guide To Research

bySusan K. Miller-cochran, Rochelle L. Rodrigo

Spiral Bound | January 1, 2013

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Develop the research skills you need for success in academic, career, and everyday situations with THE WADSWORTH GUIDE TO RESEARCH. Recognizing that technology is a part of your daily life, the authors will show you how to apply the research skills you use every day (buying a car, choosing a movie, etc.) to academic and professional settings. Annotated student samples, research scenarios, and Techno Tips show you the "how" and "why" of researching and the key research technologies important to success. Available with InfoTrac® Student Collections
Susan K. Miller-Cochran, now director of the Writing Program at The University of Arizona, helped shape the First-Year Writing Program at North Carolina State University while serving as director from 2007-2015. Prior to that, she was a faculty member at Mesa Community College in Arizona. Dr. Miller-Cochran serves as president of the C...
Title:The Wadsworth Guide To ResearchFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:432 pages, 9 × 6.2 × 0.8 inPublished:January 1, 2013Publisher:Wadsworth PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0495912875

ISBN - 13:9780495912873

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Table of Contents

PART I: PREPARING FOR RESEARCH.1. Research and the Rhetorical Situation.2. Writing Processes.3. Identifying a Topic. DIY: WRITING A RESEARCH PROPOSAL.PART II: CONDUCTING RESEARCH.4. Finding Resources through Secondary Research.5. Conducting Primary Research.6. Rhetorically Reading, Tracking, and Evaluating Resources.7. Understanding Plagiarism and Integrating Resources.DIY: WRITING A REVIEW OF RESEARCH.PART III: REPORTING ON RESEARCH.8. Developing an Argument.9. Selecting and Integrating Evidence.10. Sharing the Results.DIY: PRESENTING YOUR RESEARCH RESULTS.PART IV: FORMATTING YOUR RESEARCH.11. Understanding Citation Styles Rhetorically.12. MLA Guidelines.13. APA Guidelines.14. CMS Guidelines.15. CSE Guidelines.DIY: WRITING A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS OF CITATIONS.