This text covers the exact writing modes that I think are most important for students. Gillian Gausboel, Kwantlen University College This portable writing text presents readings from across five key disciplines (Biology, Psychology, Education, Political Science and Cultural Studies) and a brief writing guide that covers the key skills of summary, critique, analysis, and synthesis. The anthology section of this text offers a wide range of topical readings including a feature on Canadian identity with essays by Lloyd Axworthy, John Ralston Saul and Douglas Coupland, among others. Discover the writing process and develop the skills you need with this highly engaging text. Laurence Behrens is a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Leonard J. Rosen is a adjunct assistant Professor at Bentley College. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers is a professor at the University of Winnipeg. Catherine Taylor is a professor at the University of Winnipeg. For more selections from Pearson Canada visit our on-line catalogue www.pearsoned.ca/highered . ISBN: 0-321-32826-4Your purpose determines which sources you research, which ones you use, which parts of them you use, at which points in your essay you use them, and in what manner you relate them to one another. HOW TO WRITE RESEARCH ESSAYSanbsp;...
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