By Cally Guerin
Over the years I’ve noticed that doctoral writers sometimes come to their work with unhelpful ideas about what makes for good academic writing. Today I’d like to bust a few of those myths so that researchers can produce the kind of writing that is required, without going down the paths that waste time or obscure the central messages of the writing.
- Nothing new in the Conclusion
One of the misconceptions that disrupts good thesis writing is the idea that there must be nothing new in the Conclusion. Continue reading