How to Write an Interview in APA Format

How to Write an Interview in APA Format

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Not every bit of information is explicitly set out in a book, paper or news release. Cutting-edge answers to difficult questions may need to come from an experienced investigating your area of interest. According to the American Psychological Association, an interview should be cited as a private communication, but, if it supports a significant portion of your argument, it should be recorded in detail in your text. Continue reading How to Write an Interview in APA Format

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Writing A Research Paper is An Essential Aspect of Academics

You won’t make it very far in a post-secondary institution like College or University if you don’t know how to write a cohesive research paper. Composing research papers is largely an significant component of the academic practice. Knowing how to compose these kinds of papers, decently while citing your resources will help you get through your program with a high GPA. Continue reading Law Essayist

Decorative Handwriting – Part 1

Decorative Handwriting - Part 1

In our field of “Practical Writing” we would like to embark with the subject “Decorative Handwriting”. Our main writing instrument for this exercise will be the Pelikan “Script”.

The Pelikan Script has a 1.5mm broad nib. All in all, any ink colour can be used in a Pelikan Script. In our exercises we have chosen the colour Black. Continue reading Decorative Handwriting – Part 1

Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

As an author of research papers, you are a producer of information but, more often, when you build your research on what has been done before, you are a consumer of information. This is why it is useful to know¬†how to search for information more efficiently. These days, searching for information usually means ‘googling’ (a verb now recognized by the Oxford dictionaries), and you may find the following tips useful in making your searchers more precise. Continue reading Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

How do authors feel when they receive negative peer reviewer comments? An practice from Chinese biomedical researchers

How do authors feel when they receive negative peer reviewer comments? An experience from Chinese biomedical researchers

The purpose of peer review is to provide constructive feedback to authors in order to help improve the quality of their manuscript. Unluckily, however, peer reviewers sometimes fail to empathize with authors and provide their feedback in a manner that is overly critical, harsh, or superficial and dismissive. Continue reading How do authors feel when they receive negative peer reviewer comments? An practice from Chinese biomedical researchers