Academic Writing & Research

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Academic writing is the term used for scientific papers written to show an objective stance, organized in such a way that they can easily be replicated by others. And, although many assume that an academic paper must take the form of a thesis, this isn’t always true. Academic documents include a wider broad of papers, such as the Book Report, Conference Paper, Dissertation, Essay, Research Article, Research Paper and Technical Report.

Another element to academic writing that few know about is that, in any give topic and under any methodology, the author or authors, must assume a stating point, a perspective exposed under the form of a hypothesis. Ultimately, any paper starts with a subjective approach, an assumption, that is then tested and verified, proved or disproved.

Furthermore, a research paper is always based on documented data reviewed about a certain topic, in order to justify itself as a new step towards a better understanding, and not merely a repetition of previous discoveries. This new step, however, doesn’t need to be intended forward, and can merely refer to a new perspective about something previously studied or known. [...]

  1. The Development of Skills for Research
  2. Requirements in Academic Perspectives
  3. Differences Between Academic Writing and Simple Descriptions
  4. Stages in the Writing of an Academic Paper
  5. The Preparation of a Research
  6. Basic Research Assignments
  7. The Big Picture
  8. Research Methodologies
  9. Advanced Research Assignment
  10. The Importance of Good Analytical Skills

The Development of Skills for Research

One of the main purposes when developing a research skill consists on the opportunity to see knowledge as part of life and a dynamic that can change the way we think about ourselves and reality as well. Along our existence, we consistently start and end life-cycles, learn and relearn, and re-educate ourselves in the principles and values shared by others, under new environments and from new perspectives, among which, we find one to identity with and secure our position in the world. And so, as you continue in your path towards wisdom, you’re reminded about the need to identify your own perception regarding similarities and differences, not knowing what is similar or different, until a certain fact shows itself repeatable. And that is what we call a pattern or scientific paradigm. [...]


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