Comprehensibly structured, this guidebook is intended for scholars of various fields, especially Muslims. Alongside specific applications in Islamics, it first clarifies the notion of scientific research and scholarly writing. It then addresses the processes of collecting data and writing a research paper, section by section, from the Title to the Acknowledgments; emphasis is laid on documenting sources both in the text and the References section, with illustrations ranging from multivolume books to on-line documents. The book finally explores the publication process and debates on misconceptions from the religious viewpoint and on ungrammatical and other criticizable English uses.However, this seems necessary only for papers of a complex structure. c) Methods of development. Arranging the paper into sections and organizing the paragraphs inside the sectionsaas well as the sentences inside the ... Some of the most helpful in scholarly writing are the chronological method, the cause-and- effect method, and the inductive or deductive methods. ... For example, in analyzing the current problems of the Muslim community, you would first explain what caused theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Scientific Research and Scholarly Writing in Islam|
|Author||:||Alpha Mahmoud Bah|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-02-01|