The first research guide explicitly grounded in the rhetorical situation, THE WADSWORTH GUIDE TO RESEARCH encourages students to consider the impact of their audience, purpose, and context at every stage of the research process. With a focus on using technology more productively in research, this concise guide offers complete coverage of the how and why of researching, and the key research technologies important to success. Encouraging students to build on the research skills they use every day (buying a car, choosing a movie, etc.), the authors include annotated student samples, Research in Action scenarios, and Techno Tips, that help them every step of the way toward developing the research skills they need for success both academically and professionally. The textas visual display of content (including full-color spreads) allows students to quickly find the information they need, while its categorization of sources into static, syndicated, and dynamic reflects current patterns of conducting research. This edition has been updated to reflect guidelines from the 2009 MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Seventh Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Reading rhetorically is the first step in choosing and evaluating resources, but to determine whether youa#39;ll use a resource in your project requires ... What if you had an after-market stereo installed in the car and lost the manual that shows how to change the clock? ... the clock, the car stereo enthusiasta#39;s site includes that information and also discusses putting alternative resources into the stereo system.
|Title||:||The Wadsworth Guide to Research, 2009 MLA Update Edition|
|Author||:||Susan Miller-Cochran, Rochelle Rodrigo|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2009-06-11|