By Mary Lynn Rampolla
Pages note: PDF has 173 pages, identify has a hundred and sixty pages
Publish yr note: First released March 1st 1995, first edition
An crucial writing, studying, and study device for all background scholars, A Pocket consultant to Writing in History deals a best-selling mix of concise but accomplished suggestion in a transportable and available structure.
This quick-reference consultant presents a realistic advent to commonplace historical past assignments, exercise serious interpreting talents, comparing and documenting assets, writing potent historical past papers, accomplishing study, and fending off plagiarism. development on its time-tested strategy, the 7th version deals increased, hands-on tips for writing and gaining knowledge of within the electronic age, and extra assurance on operating with basic and secondary assets.
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In other words, you will need to generate a bibliography. A bibliography is a list of books and articles on a specific topic; it may include both primary and secondary 12/20/11 1:16 PM 28 3b Approaching Typical Assignments in History sources. An annotated bibliography begins with the information included in a bibliography and then expands on it by including a brief summary of each book or article and assessing its value for the topic under discussion. An annotated bibliography, then, demonstrates your ability to gather, examine, and evaluate materials pertaining to a particular subject.
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A Pocket Guide to Writing in History (7th Edition) by Mary Lynn Rampolla