[DigitalScholarship] RESEARCH PAPERS : RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS : TOPIC SELECTION: Selected Publications with Content About Research Paper Topic Selection

 

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RESEARCH PAPERS :

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS :

TOPIC SELECTION:

Selected Publications with Content About Research Paper Topic Selection

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Selected Publications with Content About Research Paper Topic Selection

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McCrimmon, James M.
Writing with a Purpose.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967.

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Gibaldi, Joseph, and Walter S. Achtert.
MLA handbook for writers of research papers.
New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2003.

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Beyea, Suzanne C., and Leslie H. Nicoll.
“Writing an integrative review.”
Association of Operating Room Nurses.
AORN Journal 67, no. 4 (1998): 877.

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Kuhlthau, Carol Collier.
“Perceptions of the information search process in libraries:
A study of changes from high school through college.”
Information Processing & Management 24, no. 4 (1988): 419-427.

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Weigel, Van.
“E-learning and the tradeoff between richness and reach in higher education.”
Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 32, no. 5 (2000): 10-15.

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Paltridge, Brian.
“Thesis and dissertation writing:
an examination of published advice and actual practice.”
English for Specific Purposes 21, no. 2 (2002): 125-143.

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Brown, Robert D., and LuAnn Krager.
“Ethical issues in graduate education: Faculty and student responsibilities.”
The Journal of Higher Education 56, no. 4 (1985): 403-418.

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Nelson, Jennie, and John R. Hayes.
“How the Writing Context Shapes College Students’ Strategies
for Writing from Sources.
Technical Report No. 16.” (1988).

https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED297374

http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED297374.pdf

How the Writing Context Shapes College Students’ Strategies for Writing from Sources. Technical Report No. 16.
Nelson, Jennie; Hayes, John R.
Observing the composing processes of students working over real time in naturalistic settings, two exploratory studies asked: (1) What skills and assumptions do freshman and advanced writers invoke when they are searching for information to be used in writing? (2) What strategies and goals do students bring to a typical writing-from-sources task like the research paper? and (3) How do particular classroom contexts influence student performance? The research paper was used as a vehicle. The first study observed the way eight freshman and eight advanced writers planned and searched for information, revealing two differing purposes: content-driven (a fact-finding mission) and issue-driven (arguing for a position). The second study examined how students perform the many tasks involved in writing research papers. Eight students at Carnegie-Mellon University, randomly selected from courses requiring research papers, kept a daily process log of all paper-related activities from the time they received the writing assignment to the time they finished writing. The resulting material (over 500 pages) revealed two strategies in use. Low-investment strategies centered around the rote reproduction of other authors’ ideas for the teacher-as-examiner. High-investment strategies centered around the transformation of source material to produce original conclusions. The teacher’s role in influencing these strategies was a powerful one: high-investment writing was fostered by providing intermediate feedback, focusing on high level goals, providing an audience other than the teacher, and getting writers started early. (Fourteen references conclude the study.) (SR)
Descriptors: Higher Education, Naturalistic Observation, Research Papers (Students), Student Journals, Teacher Role, Teacher Student Relationship, Writing Instruction, Writing Processes, Writing Research

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Head, Alison J.
“Information literacy from the trenches:
How do humanities and social science majors conduct academic research?.”
College & Research Libraries 69, no. 5 (2008): 427-446.

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Alexandrov, Andrei V.
“How to write a research paper.”
Cerebrovascular diseases 18, no. 2 (2004): 135-138.

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Allen, Camille A., Laurie Swistak, and K. A. R. E. N. Smith.
“Multigenre research: The power of choice and interpretation.”
Language arts 81, no. 3 (2004): 223-232.

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C Luc, and Jean Turgeon.
“Appraising qualitative research articles in medicine and medical education.”
Medical teacher 27, no. 1 (2005): 71-75.

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Dong, Yu Ren. “Non-native graduate students’ thesis/dissertation writing in science:
Self-reports by students and their advisors from two US institutions.”
English for Specific Purposes 17, no. 4 (1998): 369-390.

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Reiff, Mary Jo, and Anis Bawarshi.
“Tracing discursive resources:
How students use prior genre knowledge
to negotiate new writing contexts in first-year composition.”
Written Communication 28, no. 3 (2011): 312-337.

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Bacha, Nahla N.
“Developing learners’ academic writing skills in higher education:
A study for educational reform.”
Language and Education 16, no. 3 (2002): 161-177.

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Dou, Wenwen, Li Yu, Xiaoyu Wang, Zhiqiang Ma, and William Ribarsky.
“Hierarchicaltopics:
Visually exploring large text collections using topic hierarchies.”
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
19, no. 12 (2013): 2002-2011.

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Crawford, Barbara A.
“Is it realistic to expect a preservice teacher to create an inquiry-based classroom?.”
Journal of Science Teacher Education 10, no. 3 (1999): 175-194.

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I am a reference librarian at Temple University and a specialist in bibliographic database searching.

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