This is a handbook for writing research papers, BA and other projects, theses, essays etc. in Danish higher education. The book is written for students who must independently formulate a research question and search for literature for their research papers: - Bachelor theses - Research papers - projects at all levels of project oriented education -- Master and diploma theses. The book includes numerous annotated examples of good papers from a great number of university educations and professional bachelor programmes. The books view is that the research paper is a genre that cuts across fields and disciplines. This genre has five fundamental guiding elements which can be illustrated by the pentagon model: 1 - Research question; 2 - Purpose; 3 - Data, materials and phenomena; 4 - Theories, concepts and methods; 5 - Research design. The book includes activities along with explanations: How do you write a good paper? Forms for all activities can be found on: samfundslitteratur.dk/thegoodpaper. By using these forms and adjusting them to their own use, students will gain a good and methodical start to their work.A Handbook for Writing Papers in Higher Education Lotte Rienecker, Peter Stray Jorgensen, Signe Skov. Criteria for revision From writer based to reader oriented revision Get feedback Know your supervisora#39;s criteria The process of project planning Use calendars and ... SMALLER HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS, ONE- WEEK ASSIGNMENTS, SET EXAMS a ESSAYS What is the purpose of essays in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Good Paper|
|Author||:||Lotte Rienecker, Peter Stray Jorgensen, Signe Skov|