Helping Students to Write Successful Paper Titles
By: Ode Ogede (author)Hardback
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All who treasure great literature recognize the pivotal role played by a title. But, until now, at both the undergraduate and the graduate level, no book-length study has devoted detailed expert attention to the subject of academic paper titling. Helping Students to Write Successful Paper Titles is the first attempt at an extended exploration of this subject, breaking new ground by confirming the significance of a title as an apparatus for scholarly endeavor. Academic writing's dependence on the title imparts pre-eminence to the part of the paper that bridges the gap between its contents and the reader, making the title more than just another component of the work and investing the paper with an identity. Through systematic examination of a variety of paper titles, the study offers a cohesive picture of the function of the title in academic writing and guides students in the art of effective title making.
Ode Ogede is Professor of English at North Carolina Central University. A fellow of the Andrew W. Mellon Society, he previously taught at the Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria Nigeria.
Contents: Commonalities and Differences in Titling: The Academic Paper/Term Paper/Thesis/Dissertation Versus the Creative Work - The Nuts and Bolts of the Academic Paper Title: Qualities of Suitable Titles Contrasted with Unsuitable or Poor Ones - How Not to Write Academic Paper Titles - Inventing Titles: Steps to Crafting Suitable Academic Paper Titles.
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