NSU Research Contributions
Title : Enriching personal growth and communicative competence through self-organised interaction between native and non-native speakers.
Authors : Hedayati, M., Nur, S., Emery, S., & Pavlyshyn, H.
Abstract : The purpose of this paper is to explain the essential principles and requirements for writing a good academic paper. As an editor of the Journal of Aussie-Sino Studies, based on his own experience of writing, teaching, and editing academic papers, the author suggested that an academic paper is basically an argument that tries to persuade the reader of the correctness of a proposition; instead of thinking “research questions”, think “position statement”; instead of thinking “literature review”, think “logical argument” based on evidence-based premises to support the proposition; instead of “results”, think “strength of evidence” and instead of “discussion”, think “conclusion”.
|Journal : Aussie Sino-Studies||Volume : 6||Year : 2020||Issue : 4|
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