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I have noticed an increasingly popular trend among authors to try to use different verbs when citing the literature upon which their work is based. ┬áIt is frequently the case that authors fail to connect with the research they purport … Continue reading

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How to compose an introduction

The introduction should provide the setting for the paper, introduce the reader to the topic under investigation and provide at least a partial description of what is to come. It can be useful to also explain how you have structured … Continue reading

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How to review a research paper

The text below originally appeared in an ARCOM Newsletter. I reproduce a revised version here to make it more accessible to new researchers who might not be combing through back-numbers of ARCOM newsletters at http://www.arcom.ac.uk There are many things that … Continue reading

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