A Visual Guide to Essay Writing by Valli Rao, Kate Chanock, Lakshmi Krishnan

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Reading selectively from encyclopaedias, Wikipedia, or a general Google search is useful for educating yourself by building up background and contextual knowledge, but such material is generally not considered suitable for citation — because it has not gone through a process of review (called ‘refereeing’) by authorities in the subject area. So how do I find relevant sources to read? More suitable sources that you can cite in your research and writing are usually refereed journal articles or other academic sources such as published books.

It draws attention to the use of space to define roles that participants then accept as given. The discussion is limited to the design of the highest courts in the judicial system, which may be different from courts in which mediation is the aim. ’). In fact, you’ll sometimes get assignments that ask you to do exactly that, on a larger scale than just an annotation. These are called critical reviews. 8 Critical reviews Sometimes you’re asked to review a source, such as a book or an article, in order to display: • • • Your understanding of how it relates to discussions in your subject; Your understanding of the writer’s argument; Your ability to read it ‘critically’ — not to find fault, but appreciating what is informative and illuminating, while being aware of problems and limitations.

Note-taking template for close reading Bibliographic details for your references P. Lodz, 1997, Sociological Concepts of Class, Melbourne, Puddle Press 3 ‘ Blah blah blah blah blah blah ‘ Definition of class - Marx for direct quotations 6 Blah blah blah blah blah 8 ‘Blah blah blah blah’. Blah blah Weber’s defintion - different blah blah blah 9 Blah blah blah blah page number Example Example of class according to W My class position - more like M’s definition or W’s? My notes of reading My own thinking Taking notes from reading / 45 ‘Boiling down’ is a useful note-taking format when you want to reduce a lot of reading to a few pages of notes.

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