For vinyl: good is not so good and the record may have low level crackles or pops when playing. I am a fan of Silva's How to Write a Lot. Based on his experience as an author, journal editor, and reviewer, Paul Silvia offers systematic approaches to problems like picking journals; cultivating the right tone and style; managing collaborative projects and co-authors; crafting effective Introduction, Method, Results, and Discussion sections; and submitting and resubmitting papers to journals. I think the problem I found with it is that many of the suggestions he offers are discipline-oriented psychology and very specific. Each chapter walked you through how to approach writing or writing related tasks while keeping everything flexible enough that you don't feel like you're just following instructions in your writing.
With its light-hearted style and practical advice, Write It Up will help graduate students struggling with writing their first paper, early career professors who need advice on how to write better articles, and seasoned academic writers looking to refresh their writing strategy or style. The book is well-written and interesting, as well as easy to read. As someone with a background in Math, writing is not my strong suit. In the first three chapters, Silvia sagely encourages researchers to identify target journals before research is conducted—or at least before the writing commences. In general, I would recommend this book to anyone thinking about how to focus their writing on publication, after or while the initial hurdle of finding time to write things is overcome. What's the best strategy when you're asked to revise and resubmit a paper? The book's guiding idea is that academics should write to make an impact, not just to get something published somewhere. However, because of the insight on tone in writing, how to pick journals, and putting together a good introduction, it's worth checking out.
I've published in natural sciences and this model works. It made the book somewhat irritating to read in places, though I understand this is a matter of taste. As idéias de simplificação de escrita, ordem direta e objetividade numérica que são a base da redação científica estão relatadas e discutidas. Minor signs of wear, but will play almost perfectly. Also new to this edition is a chapter on writing grant and fellowship proposals. Or at least they take surprisingly long to do well.
Your work will be more influential if you approach it reflectively and strategically. When do you pick a target journal for your paper? Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service,. Silvia includes a thirty-one-page chapter on writing journal articles, and this material is largely what he reframes and develops in his Write It Up: Practical Strategies for Writing and Publishing Journal Articles. Even though Write It Up focuses on writing for science journals, most of the advice applies to writing for public Silvia doesn't just give practical advice; he gives examples of good and bad practices in dozens of exhibits, so you can see exactly what he's talking about. Based on his experience as an author, journal editor, and reviewer, Paul Silvia offers systematic approaches to problems like picking journals; cultivating the right tone and style; managing collaborative projects and coauthors; crafting effective Introduction, Method, Results, and Discussion sections; and submitting and resubmitting papers to journals.
Padahal di buku ini, penulis beberapa kali menyebut nama penulis besar yang dijadikan rujukan untuk menulis. How do you write papers that influence the field instead of falling into obscurity? For me, though, I found the comments in this newer book to be distracting and not funny. How do you write good research articles - articles that are interesting, compelling, and easy to understand? His first writing book, How to Write a Lot, was so good that I shared it with my daughter, who writes some literary criticism but mainly fiction. Among many other things, he studies the psychology of creativity and the arts, particularly how people come up with good ideas and why they find art interesting, appealing, and awe-inspiring. Not for all social science. I also use my writing tips for my own PhD and Masters and undergraduate students, and to help my colleagues. The E-mail message field is required.
Silvia's new volume is incredibly useful, whether you are writing your first journal article or your fiftieth. How to Write a Lot was about the process of writing, and its main advice concerned making a writing schedule and sticking to it though engagingly put and worth reading. Reading copies and binding copies fall into this category. How can we write it all while still having a life? Schedules are why prolific writers are so prolific, and they are how anyone can write a lot. You don't need to want to write--people rarely feel like doing unpleasant tasks that lack deadlines--so don't wait until you feel like it.
This book, Write it Up, is also good with one major in my opinion flaw. It is less expensive than other books that I preferred i. O autor é orientado, desde o início da fase de redação do trabalho, a como colocar suas idéias progressivamente no papel de modo a organiza-las em um rascunho inicial e, subseqüentemente, ir melhorando este manuscrito. Henceforth, no one should be allowed to complain about how little writing they are getting done unless they have read — and applied — the wisdom in this book. Based on his experience as an author, journal editor, and reviewer, Paul Silvia offers systematic approaches to problems like picking journals; cultivating the right tone and style; managing collaborative projects and co-authors; crafting effective Introduction, Method, Results, and Discussion sections; and submitting and resubmitting papers to journals.
This was the very best written and most useful book I've read this year. Write It Up, by contrast, focuses on the mechanics of writing journal articles. Dapat hadiah dari salah satu dosen kampus, baca ini dan minta bantu buat jurnal. If you want to stop worrying about writing, this book is required reading. Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials. Writing is hard work and can be difficult to wedge into a frenetic academic schedule. Wry humour abounds; Silvia is not wanting for creative, unexpectedly evocative analogies and metaphors.
Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials. A redação científica e suas particularidades são descritas neste artigo. I believe that Silva has tried to maintain that same tone in this book. Duh, saya rasa buku ini penting. The book's guiding idea is that academics should write to make an impact, not How do you write good research articles -- articles that are interesting, compelling, and easy to understand? Not even during my PhD did I read a book that would help me write more or less, or better or worse, as the case may be! Silvia draws from his own experience in psychology to explain how to write, submit, and revise academic work, from journal articles to books, all without sacrificing evenings, weekends, and vacations. When this book was recommended to me, that all changed. The tone of How to Write a Lot was light with an underlying seriousness, and it workerd great.