Writing is an integral skill to the practice and discipline of Political Science. Developed specifically for the Canadian marketplace, the Thomson Nelson Political Science Writer?s Guide provides students with writing instruction specific to the discipline. Full of practical information on how to write various types of political science assignments, from a basic essay to op/ed pieces, significant attention is paid to writing position papers and briefing documents, and creating documents for use within the Parliamentary process. The Thomson Nelson Political Science Writer?s Guide is a practical guide to the research and writing of any type of political science assignment and includes numerous examples upon which students can model their writing. It also enables students to work through all steps of an assignment from research to writing organization and citations. With this guide at the ready, instructors are able to vary their writing assignments without spending extensive in-class time introducing students to different styles of political science writing. Instructors can also assign longer and more complex writing assignments as the students progress through their studies. The Thomson Nelson Political Science Writer?s Guide serves the needs of all levels of Political Science students and is an excellent resource that can be referred to later in their careers in Political Science.CITATION. STYLES. WRITING RESOURCES The Internet has now become the best source for up-to-date information on essay writing. ... Style Manuals The Modern Language Association (MLA) home page contains information on purchasing an MLA Style ... A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources httpzl/ www.bedfordstmartins.com/online/cite5 .html Purdue Universitya#39;s Online Writing Lab (OWL)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Thomson Nelson Guide to Research and Writing in Political Science|
|Author||:||Lucille Charlton, Mark William Charlton|
|Publisher||:||Thomson Learning - 2006|