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Academic writing is intended for a critical and informed audience, based on closely investigated knowledge, and posits ideas or arguments.

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Is there an alternative wording that we could use, still expressing clearly the same idea? Leader/follower. I also like Ellen's suggestion of supervisor/worker; that is aligned with some modern t …
answered Feb 25 by cag51
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the section the first time. In both cases, I would attribute this to stupidity rather than malice. They also make jokes about my writing, like "impossible [to test mice immediately upon birth …
answered Apr 13 by cag51