Now fully updated, this guide to research work continues to be indispensable for students at school, college or university. In The Research Project: How to Write It , Ralph Berry sets out in clear and concise terms the student's main tasks, in the order in which they will be encountered, covering: choosing a topic using the library taking notes shaping and composing the project writing cross-references and bibliography. An important new chapter on the internet takes into account the increasing changes in the way research can be carried out today. Starting from first principles, the author explains how to get the most out of a library or information centre, describing the numerous cataloguing systems that may be encountered, including on-line databases. An example of a well-researched, clearly written paper with notes and bibliography is included for reference, and common pitfalls outlined. An esssential introduction for students just starting project work and an invaluable reference for the more experienced.About the Author:
Ralph Berry has taught at universities around the world, including the University of Malaya, the University of Ottawa, and the Brighton College of Art. He is the author of numerous scholarly books and articles.
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Descripción Routledge, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 4. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0415205204