Signpost for Investigation, Writing, Oral Presentation and Publication in Social Sciences and Humanities: A Historian’s Accent: A Step-by-Step Assistance from Carpenter to Craftsman
by Mark David Funteh
Many are gripped with the mystery and challenge of mastering the complex craft of scientific research, writing, presentation and publication. The Signpost for Investigation, Writing, Oral Presentation and Publication in Social Sciences and Humanities: A Historian’s Accent, therefore demystifies this research process. Being a 17-year inspired, self-revealing, carefully selected thematic and widely investigated document from some world-class researchers, standard style sheets, to personal experiences, this book is a rare piece – amongst the avalanche of credible research documents – that handles the diﬀerent and complicated stages of the research process in one piece (at a GO!). Its pertinence as a principal reference text for reports, dissertations, theses, conference and journal articles research, writing, oral presentation and publication in the social sciences and the humanities is worthy. Expressed in a historian’s tone however, this book oﬀers students the step-by-step transforming assistance and techniques from a simplistic “cut and nail” novice to an intentional mature researcher, author and presenter.