This book is designed to help students with the problems they face in their academic writing. Beginning with the premise that successful writing in the arts and social sciences depends on the mastery of the subject matter and clarity of thought, the book deals with the tasks that confront students before they put pen to paper and also provides a guide to the structuring and use of language. Using concrete examples from a variety of disciplines, the author demonstrates the best approach to different sorts of work.3 Kinds of question An object, event, situation, concept or idea becomes an object of ENQUIRY because someone has raised an ... intellectual furniture until the thought strikes a fresh mind that there is about it an unresolved question with interesting implications. ... Just as your tutors ask questions of you by the essay topics they set, so you must learn to ask questions both of the essay topic itself and ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Student's Writing Guide for the Arts and Social Sciences|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1989-04-06|