Academic writing: a guide for management students and researchers

By: Monippally, Mathukutty M
Contributor(s): Pawar, Badrinarayan Shankar [Co-author]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi Response Books 2010Description: 264 p.: ill. Includes references and indexISBN: 9788132104414Subject(s): Academic writing - Handbooks, manuals, etc | Business writing - Handbooks, manuals, etc | English language - Rhetoric - Handbooks, manuals, etc | Scientific writing - Handbooks, manuals, etcDDC classification: FP 808.0420711 Summary: This book addresses key features of the methodology involved in business and management academic writing. Characterizing academic writing as part of research, science and the knowledge generation process, it focuses on its three main aspects: understanding existing research, documenting and sharing the results of the acquired knowledge, and acknowledging the use of other people′s ideas and works in the documentation. Written in lucid language, the authors use various examples of good as well as defective writing to help students understand the concepts.
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This book addresses key features of the methodology involved in business and management academic writing. Characterizing academic writing as part of research, science and the knowledge generation process, it focuses on its three main aspects: understanding existing research, documenting and sharing the results of the acquired knowledge, and acknowledging the use of other people′s ideas and works in the documentation. Written in lucid language, the authors use various examples of good as well as defective writing to help students understand the concepts.

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