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Description The new and expanded edition of this short skills text elucidates key techniques and best practice for ensuring a cohesive, rigorous and convincing argument can be presented within an academic context. Other editions – View all How to Argue: Badar Al balushi marked it as to-read May 08, Yet students are usually confused and intimidated by this prospect.

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Books by Alastair Bonnett. Rado rated it really liked it Feb 11, Katie Regan rated it really liked it Nov 28, Enrika rated it really liked it Sep 22, Sherry rated it really liked it Sep 22, Jan 20, Folker de Witte rated alastiar it was amazing. Packed with exercises, examples and case studies, the chapters take students through the techniques of forming an academic argument, from contradictions and tensions, to empirical adequacy, structure and presentation.

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Reading this book makes you wonder why universities neglect to teach you these essential, yet simple, ideas and concepts. I found chapter one very useful.

How to Argue: A Student’s Guide

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