Written in a clear, supportive style, Building Bridges to Academic Writing begins with an accessible overview of the academic disciplines, describes the differences between subjective and objective writing, and offers complete coverage of the writing process. The book then covers personal, opinion, and academic essays before providing separate chapters on reading and writing about literature, history, psychology, sociology, and science. The final section is a useful mini-handbook.A psychology professor might ask you to write an essay in which you use personal examples to illustrate the effect of praise in early ... There is a difference between writing about intimate topics and establishing intimacy with your audience.
|Title||:||Building Bridges to Academic Writing|
|Author||:||George Eppley, Anita Dixon Eppley|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities Social - 1997|