CHAPTER 8 WRITING A RESEARCH REPORT - Coggle Diagram
CHAPTER 8 WRITING A RESEARCH REPORT
Writing A Research Paper.
A research paper presents the results of your investigations on a selected topic.
significant of the study
Data Gathering procedure
WRITING A BIBLIOGRAPHY
STYLES OF DOCUMENTATION.
A citation is used to documented sources.
To document sources is to give credit to the author whom you are quoting or whose ideas you are using.
Works Cited is sometimes referred to as References.
The terms mean the same thing.
Each is an alphabetical list of works cited, or works to which you have made reference.
Reference sources are works that are designed to be consulted for specific information rather than read cover to cover.
Gaining a clear understanding of a topic, or a definition of an unfamiliar term
Locating additional resources on a topic
Learning more detailed information on a specific person, place, or topic
Obtaining a summary of events and developments surrounding a topic
Discovering how to complete a task, solve a problem, or answer a question
SIX elements for control and access bibliography
Access to part
Material should be latest whereby this is the purpose of bibliography.
Material must be accurate, especially in terms of arrangement, also if there is any correction after being published.
Used to give credit to sources of any material borrowed, summarized or paraphrased which they are intended to refer readers to the exact pages of the works listed in the Works Cited, References, or Bibliography section.
Add explanatory comments that would otherwise interrupt the flow of the paper