Academic Writing

Academic Writing from Felicitas Macgilchrist. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh, 2014
First, this book provides authentic examples and practical advice to support speakers of ‘English as an additional language’ (EAL) to write a range of text genres, such as ab-stracts, empirical research papers, lab reports, essays and thought papers. 

Second, it aims to show you how to have your own analysis in different fields.



Academic Writing from Strongman, Luke. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge
Scholars Publishing, 2013

The purpose of the fourteen chapters of this monograph is to provide an introduction to the practice of academic writing with an emphasis on prose writing in particular, for both print-based and online media. Each of the fourteen chapters explores different aspects of academic writing from practical, professional and theoretical perspectives. The book is written for students, teachers and educators at tertiary organisations. Word connoisseurs, debaters, writers and readers may also enjoy its argumentations and analyses.

Writing a Successful Thesis or Dissertation : Tips and Strategies for Students in the Social and Behavioral Sciences from Lunenburg, Frederick C. and Irby, Beverly J. Corwin: Thousand Oaks, Calif, 2008

Written in a conversational style for both faculty and students, this how-to manual covers quantitative and qualitative research methods and provides comprehensive guidance for successfully completing a master's thesis or doctoral dissertation and with examples from 100 completed projects to guide readers.