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Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Research Papers

Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Research Papers

2nd Edition
By Laurie Rozakis
ISBN10: 0071488480
ISBN13: 9780071488488
Copyright: 2008

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PART I: GETTING STARTED

Chapter 1: What Is a Research Paper
Chapter 2: How Do I Choose a Subject for My Research Paper
Chapter 3: How Do I Narrow My Subject into a Research Topic (and why)
Chapter 4: How Do I Write a Thesis Statement

PART II: DOING RESEARCH

Chapter 5: How Can I Find the Information I Need
Chapter 6: How Do I Use Online Sources
Chapter 7: How Do I Use Books for My Research Paper
Chapter 8: What Other Sources Can I Use for My Research Paper
Chapter 9: How Do I Track My Research
Chapter 10: How Do I Evaluate Sources
Chapter 11: How Do I Take Notes on My Sources

PART III: DRAFTING

Chapter 12: How Do I Outline--and Why
Chapter 13: What Writing Style Do I Use
Chapter 14: How Do I Use My Source Material
Chapter 15: What is Plagiarism--and How Do I Avoid It
Chapter 16: How Do I Use MLA Internal Documentation
Chapter 17: How Do I Use Footnotes and Endnotes
Chapter 18: How Do I Create a Works Cited Page
Chapter 19: How Do I Present My Research Paper

PART IV: WRITING THE FINAL COPY

Chapter 20: How Do I Revise, Edit, and Proofread