AW Workshop 3: Developing arguments and making claims in your study
Saturday 3 October, 09h00 - 16h00, New Lecture Theatre, Education Department (St Peter's Campus). The time frame covers all 4 workshops.
A third important process in developing academic writing competence is the process of framing your arguments and making claims in your study. This involves a process of integrating research findings generated through data analysis with insights gained from the field of research. To make a contribution to knowledge you need to be able to formulate an argument and make claims. Different disciplines have different approaches to this work, and in this workshop we will explore some of the dimensions of academic arguments, and how you might go about making claims in your study.
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