The Sociology Writer's Guide is designed to help sociology students at any level complete their writing assignments, and strengthen their research and bibliographic skills. Covers every kind of writing assignment a sociology student is likely to encounter: term papers, research papers, essays, compare/contrast papers, quantitative and qualitative research articles, text analysis papers, book reviews, abstracts, and essay exams. Teaches a practical, step-by-step approach to writing, from selecting a topic to submitting finished work. Uses Tips, Notes, and Reminders to highlight key points. Includes a complete list of examples for handling quotes and paraphrases, and for using citations and references in current sociological documentation style. Features a full discussion of bias-free language that covers race/ethnicity, social class, age, disability, religion, family status, and sexual orientation. The author is a sociology instructor, writer, and editor who has taught a writing for sociology class for over 12 years.If you are writing a term paper based on library and Internet research, start here. After reviewing ... When you are ready to begin writing, you may wish to return to Chapter 1 for help developing your thesis statement, outline, and draft. To aid inanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Sociology Writer's Guide|
|Author||:||Linda L. Yellin|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2008-07|