This accessible and wide-ranging book is an invaluable introductory guide through the choices to be made when deciding how to report research. Writing and Presenting Research covers research written as theses and dissertations; chapters, books, reports and articles in academic, professional or general media such as newspapers; and also reviews the options for presenting research orally as lectures, keynotes, conference papers and even TV game shows.
These forms of reporting research have well-established conventions for their formats, but they also have growing numbers of alternative possibilities. This has generated debate about what is, or is not, acceptable, and the aim of this book is to make this debate more manageable for those wanting to assess which of the conventional or alternative possibilities on offer is most appropriate for reporting their current research.
Arranged in easily followed sections enlivened with checklists, style variations, examples and reflection points, Writing and Presenting Research has relevance to the social sciences, arts, humanities, natural and applied sciences and law and is an invaluable reference tool for new and experienced researchers alike.
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Angela is a member of CERD's doctoral team, supervising students on CERD's EdD and PhD programs. She lectures and researches on research methods, educational leadership, andragogy and educational history. Since joining Lincoln University in 1996, she has seen 32 of her students successfully through to their doctorates. Her teaching skills have been recognized with the award of one of the rare Senior Fellowships of the Higher Education Academy and she has research publications in highly rated journals. She enjoys reviewing articles for various academic journals and has been awarded Reviewer of the Year 2011 for the International Journal of Education Management. 2010-11 found her externally examining three PhDs at Birmingham and London Universities and appointed as external examiner for London University's Master's degree in Inspection and Regulation. Recent invited keynotes at conferences have included one in the UK and one in Malta and other papers have been given at two USA conferences
Conventions or Alternatives? Principles for Selecting Appropriate Writing and Presentation Styles Adapting to Audience Adjusting for Their Aims Adapting to Audience Adjusting for Your Purposes The Art and Craft of Writing Primary Data Literature and Methodology Quantified Data Qualitative Data Narrative Data Beginnings and Ends Citations Bibliographies, Referencing, Quotations, Notes Becoming a Presenter Getting into Print Copyright Epilogue Bibliography