Richardson uses her own experience to explore strategies for writing up the same research in different ways. By showing the reader the stylistic and intellectual imperatives and conventions of different writing media, she prepares the writer for approaching and successfully addressing diverse audiences. This book will be useful to all social scientists trying to present their material in different ways.
Table of Contents
IntroductionPART ONE: THEORETICAL ISSUESContemporary Writing IssuesScience WritingLiterary Devices in Social Science WritingNarrativeAuthority and AuthorshipPART TWO: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONSDiscovering a Collective StoryWriting a Trade BookWriting Academic PapersWriting for Mass Circulation