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Can you become your own editor and review your writing with a critical eye? How?
Weegy: Some people find it hard to edit their own work - because they love their own words. A good little tool is this step-by-step revision; * Logic and Argument: is the discussion logical and your argument effectively mapped out? * Structure: does the [ introduction foreground the discussion? Are there stages in your discussion signposted for the reader? Does the conclusion clearly summaries the main points? * Content: does the document stick to the topic? Are ideas clearly explained and arguments supported by the necessary evidence? * Style: has appropriate language been used? Is the writing clear and engaging? Has the tone been adopted throughout? * Format: are headings informative and accurate? Is the document well presented? Has the correct format been used? * Resources and references: have all he relevant references been included and has the correct referencing style been followed? * Mechanics: are there errors of grammar, syntax, punctuation, spelling? Are there any typographical errors? .................... ] (More)
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why do you think offensive songs, movies, etc. are so successful?
Weegy: I think offensive media tends to be successful because many people take a guilty pleasure in listening or viewing things they shouldn't. (More)
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what do you think? Do you use texting abbreviations when speaking? Should I just learn to deal with it?
Weegy: I do sometimes,but it's just out of habit. A lot of people dislike text talk but it's everywhere so usually people just have to deal with it. (More)
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What type of information would you include in a research plan?
Weegy: 1. State the research problem, which is often referred to as the purpose of the study. 2. Provide the context and set the stage for your research question in such a way as to show its necessity and importance. 3. [ Present the rationale of your proposed study and clearly indicate why it is worth doing. 4. Briefly describe the major issues and sub-problems to be addressed by your research. 5. Identify the key independent and dependent variables of your experiment. Alternatively, specify the phenomenon you want to study. 6. State your hypothesis or theory, if any. For exploratory or phenomenological research, you may not have any hypotheses. (Please do not confuse the hypothesis with the statistical null hypothesis.) 7. Set the delimitation or boundaries of your proposed research in order to provide a clear focus. 8. Provide definitions of key concepts. (This is optional.) source and for more information go to: ] (More)
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Type of information would you include in a research plan are : The research plan is the main part of a grant application describing a principal investigator's proposed research, stating its importance and how it will be conducted. A typical research plan has four main sections: A. Specific Aims B. Background and Significance C. Preliminary Studies and Progress Report D. Research Design and Methods The research plan should be written to address the following questions: What do you intend to do? Why is the work important? What has already been done? How are you going to do the work?
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