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Write a paragraph of 150- to 300- words that summarizes the next steps to be taken in the revision process
Purpose. The reason the writer composes the paragraph. Tone. The attitude the writer conveys about the paragraph?s subject. Audience. The individual or group whom the writer intends to address. [ [ [ ***One of the most important aspects of academic journal writing is the writing quality. The writing quality is especially important when you are seeking to be published in an academic journal.
For this reason, it is very important to put a lot of effort in ensuring that the writing style of a journal piece is up to par. The content for academic writing should be well identified by the topic. The reader is expecting that the content matter will be related to the topic. Likewise, when you place subtopics within an academic writing piece, the content should match the subtopic. There should be an obvious flow to the academic article. In fact, in most cases, someone reading your academic piece for specific information should be able to go to a subtopic and obtain all the information that is needed. The structure of the academic article is also a part of the writing quality. It will be very hard for people to understand what you are writing if structure is lacking. Proper structure within an article allows you, as the writer, to effectively communicate ideas about a particular topic. Likewise, proper structure also enables the reader to access information efficiently. The ability for others to access information in your academic writing piece is also very important if you desire to be published. The goal of academic writing is to inform an audience about a particular topic in a very professional manner. Effective academic journal writing does involve clearly stating your purpose and presenting your information in a manner that is simplistic enough for others to read and understand while still having the tone of an academic piece. It is very important you are able to present your ideas clearly when writing an academic piece. Academic writing should be concise, without being completely stripped of the necessary facts that are needed to support your topic. ] ] ]
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I could actually get to the page you were citing. I just kept taking me to that company's product main page . . . where they're trying to sell that program. However, you got there, did you find it helpful? It seems like it may be counterproductive to do editing first since there are such MAJOR changes in the revision process that what gets edited (if editing is done first) could just be cut out and discarded in the revision process (if it came later). See what I mean? Also, if major ...
Weegy: Hello, do you have a specific question? User: I could actually get to the page you were citing. I just kept taking me to that company's product main page . . . where they're trying to sell that program. However, you got there, did you find it helpful? It seems like it may be counterproductive to do editing first since there are such MAJOR changes in the revision process that what gets edited (if editing is done first) could just be cut out and discarded in the revision process (if it came later). See what I mean? Also, if major additions are put in during the revision process, that would seem to require MORE editing again. Weegy: What website were you directed to? (More)
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