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Publisher Description

Journal articles are often long and complex. Reading them can therefore be a challenging task. For the novice researcher or graduate student, reading journal articles can result in confusion, reduced confidence, and wasted time.


In this book, you’ll learn a simple method to help you read journal articles more systematically and productively. After using the method, you'll find that reading journal articles is easier and also more enjoyable.


This unique method will also show you how to read journal articles while simultaneously producing ‘research models’. These research models will capture key details, choices, and decisions, which will help you to appreciate how research is designed and conducted in your discipline and topic area.


You'll learn how to:


Reverse Engineer Journal Articles - find key information in journal articles to understand important decisions and choices


Assemble Research Models - identify research model characteristics and determine patterns in how research is conducted


Use Research Models As Blueprints - to guide and inform the design of your own project


Become A More Capable And Confident Reader - to make quicker and easier progress in your literature review and Thesis

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2020
November 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
84
Pages
PUBLISHER
Academic Toolkit
SELLER
Benjamin Ellway
SIZE
21.5
MB

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