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Critical reading and writing for postgraduates / Mike Wallace & Alison Wray.

By: Wallace, Mike, 1950-.
Contributor(s): Wray, Alison.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LB2395.3 .W355 2016Series: Sage study skills: Publication: London : SAGE, 2016Edition: 3rd edition.Description: xiv, 278 pages : illustrations.ISBN: 9781412961813; 1412961815; 9781412961820; 1412961823.Subject(s): Reading (Higher education) | Critical thinking -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Contents:
Pt. One Becoming a Critical Reader and Self-Critical Writer -- 1.What It Means to Be Critical -- 2.Making a Critical Choice -- 3.A First Look: Interrogating Abstracts -- 4.Getting Started on Critical Reading -- 5.Getting Started on Self-Critical Writing -- 6.Creating a Comparative Critical Summary -- Pt. Two Developing an In-Depth Analysis -- 7.A Mental Map for Navigating the Literature -- 8.Tools for Thinking and Ways of Thinking -- 9.Reasons for Conducting the Research -- 10.Knowledge Claims and Their Key Characteristics -- 11.Developing a Critical Analysis of a Text -- 12.A Worked Example of a Critical Analysis -- 13.Developing Your Argument in Writing a Critical Review of a Text -- Pt. Three Putting Your Critical Reviews to Work -- 14.Focusing and Building Up Your Critical Literature Review -- 15.Integrating Critical Literature Reviews into Your Dissertation -- 16.Critical Literature Reviews in Alternative Dissertation Structures
Note continued: 17.Tools for Structuring a Dissertation -- 18.Using the Literature in Research Papers and Oral Presentations.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. One Becoming a Critical Reader and Self-Critical Writer -- 1.What It Means to Be Critical -- 2.Making a Critical Choice -- 3.A First Look: Interrogating Abstracts -- 4.Getting Started on Critical Reading -- 5.Getting Started on Self-Critical Writing -- 6.Creating a Comparative Critical Summary -- Pt. Two Developing an In-Depth Analysis -- 7.A Mental Map for Navigating the Literature -- 8.Tools for Thinking and Ways of Thinking -- 9.Reasons for Conducting the Research -- 10.Knowledge Claims and Their Key Characteristics -- 11.Developing a Critical Analysis of a Text -- 12.A Worked Example of a Critical Analysis -- 13.Developing Your Argument in Writing a Critical Review of a Text -- Pt. Three Putting Your Critical Reviews to Work -- 14.Focusing and Building Up Your Critical Literature Review -- 15.Integrating Critical Literature Reviews into Your Dissertation -- 16.Critical Literature Reviews in Alternative Dissertation Structures

Note continued: 17.Tools for Structuring a Dissertation -- 18.Using the Literature in Research Papers and Oral Presentations.

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