Learn to write badly. How to succeed in the social sciences. Billig, M. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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1.- Introduction; 2.- Mass publication and academic life; 3.- Learning to write badly; 4.- Jargon, nouns and acronyms; 5.- Turning people into things; 6.- How to avoid saying who did it; 7.- Some sociological things: governmentality, cosmopolitanization and conversation analysis; 8.- Experimental social psychology: concealing and exaggerating; 9.- Conclusions and recommendations.
@book{billig_learn_2013,
	Address = {Cambridge},
	Author = {Billig, Michael},
	Date = {2013},
	Date-Modified = {2016-11-13 21:42:01 +0000},
	Keywords = {academic writing, research methods},
	Publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
	Rating = {1},
	Title = {Learn to write badly. How to succeed in the social sciences},
	Abstract = {1.- Introduction; 2.- Mass publication and academic life; 3.- Learning to write badly; 4.- Jargon, nouns and acronyms; 5.- Turning people into things; 6.- How to avoid saying who did it; 7.- Some sociological things: governmentality, cosmopolitanization and conversation analysis; 8.- Experimental social psychology: concealing and exaggerating; 9.- Conclusions and recommendations.}}
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