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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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With regards to PhD thesis that spans several disciplines, at what point does one assume that an article doesn't require explanation and it is standard knowledge? I have had this discussion with sev …
asked Sep 4 '15 by user2350366
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I'm sure that this must come up a lot when writing papers. Reference A1 gives a lit review of a field. A passage talks about paper B1, and I summerise B1 also. How do you make it clear in your … writing that reference B1 was found through reference A1 (after all does A1 not deserve credit for bringing this to your attention??) And furthermore that if you are paraphrasing A1, who has made …
asked Jul 14 '17 by user2350366
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I am finishing up my thesis and am currently focusing upon the conclusion. There I have a section on future work. I have quite a few areas that I think require follow up or investigation. However, i …
asked Jan 4 '16 by user2350366